Finicity Chairman, CEO and co-founder Steve Smith discusses consumer-permissioned data, its use in the mortgage industry and how lenders can take advantage of it to stay ahead of the market and build value. Read the full Q&A here.
Finicity CEO Steve Smith explained to World Finance reporter Courtney Goldmsith how technology is erasing traditional blockers to financial access. Digital tools have made it easier for unbanked consumers using just their mobile phones to open bank accounts and access lower-cost credit. You can read more here.
In this podcast, Silicon Slopes Director of Operations Garrett Clark and Finicity CEO Steve Smith discuss the early years of Finicity, what makes for good workplace culture, the fintech industry, mortgage lending, digitization, financial inclusion and how Finicity’s solutions empower consumers to use their financial data to make better financial decisions. Listen to the entire podcast here.
Finicity was named one of Comparably’s 2019 Best Companies in Salt Lake City. Comparably, a compensation, culture and career monitoring website, recently released its 2019 Best Companies by Region Awards. Finicity is one of 15 companies in Salt Lake City to earn the honor.
The list is determined by employee ratings and collected salary records. You can see the list along with the Best Companies in Seattle, Silicon Valley, Boston, New York and Los Angeles. Read more
Source Media named Finicity to its 2019 Best Fintechs to Work For list as one of the best employers in the financial technology industry. Finicity is one of 50 fintech companies on the list. Read more
Tearsheet’s Michael Deleon explains how data aggregation is the backbone for modern financial technology and also provides a guide on how to find the right data provider. Read more
Finicity CEO Steve Smith shares with Digital Journal his top four trends that are driving financial inclusion: alternative data, open APIs, mobile banking and blockchain. Read more
FICO, Experian and Finicity have provided ways for consumers to introduce data into credit scoring that hasn’t previously been available, Michelle Black writes for Forbes. Both the UltraFICO™ Score and Experian Boost™ will be available this year to help improve credit scores for millions of consumers. Read more
Millions of consumers with little to no credit history can change that by sharing their bank account or utility and phone bill history with Experian and FICO, CBS News’ Matt Schulz writes. The data could eventually lead to greater access to all types of mainstream credit products. Read more