Staying a student is one of the keys to success. By constantly learning more about the financial industry and your role in it, you’re setting yourself up for prosperity. At MountainSeed, we’re helping you get there with our fireside chat webinars. This month, we’re excited to join forces with Kabbage to discuss the “Rise of Online Lending.” Online lending is taking the Fintech world by storm, and with Fintech being one of the most promising industries of today, it’s time your financial institution understands the ins and outs of it and what it means for you and your bank or credit union. Hosted by MountainSeed’s own Carl Streck and Kabbage’s Rob Frohwein, this webinar will bring you the latest in fintech.
Meet your speakers
A little bit about Carl
Carl oversees all aspects of new and existing client relationships while directing strategy and ideation at MountainSeed. Great relationships are paramount in Carl’s life and he invests daily in his team. He believes that his team members, clients and vendors can make or break a company, and Carl is a strong advocate for supporting and growing these partnerships.
A little bit about Rob
Rob co-founded Kabbage to leverage the power of real-time data automation to streamline lending. Today, the Kabbage Platform has funded more than $1.5 billion in loans directly through kabbage.com and karrot.com and through relationships with partnering organizations worldwide. Rob has led and advised a number of successful businesses, including LAVA Group, U.S. Micro Corporation and Surgical Biologics. Additionally, he served in business development and legal capacities for ZapMedia and Security First Network Bank. Rob practiced law with Troutman Sanders LLP, co-authored three books on intellectual property and co-hosted a career-centered radio program sponsored by USA TODAY.
Needless to say, with Carl and Rob, you’ll be hearing from qualified leaders in the lending space.
Throughout the course of the webinar, you’ll learn what the rise of online lending means for community banks, the benefit of these types of companies to the customer, how community banks can get involved, and the underwriting standards/credit quality of borrowers. Not to mention, you’ll be left with knowledge you can use almost immediately. Knowledge is power, and what’s not to love about that?
Excited to learn from the best in the financial industry biz from the comfort of your desk chair? Join us on August 30th at 3 PM EST.
If you can’t make it, don’t worry; we’ll post a recording after the event.