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Thursday, May 14 • 10:00am - 11:00am
CommonBond

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Session Title: The Rise of Marketplace Lending

How did the financial crisis of 2008 set the stage for the rise of marketplace lending? CEO and co-founder, David Klein, will host an overview of where the financial services space was post-financial crisis and how, in the aftermath, CommonBond was conceived. Find out how CommonBond is setting out to prove that financial services companies can be values-driven and customer-centric.

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company: We look forward to welcoming you to a great NewCo session at CommonBond on Thursday! Our address is 120 Walker Street, between Centre St. & Baxter St., near the Canal St. 6/NQR trains. Our office is on the 4th floor. We will serve light refreshments during the session. If you have any questions, please contact Michaela Kron at michaela@commonbond.co or at 404-210-9945.
 

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David Klein

Co-Founder/CEO, CommonBond

Host Companies

Thursday May 14, 2015 10:00am - 11:00am EDT
CommonBond
  Lower Manhattan, Diamond
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  • Company Description CommonBond is a values-driven financial services company dedicated to delivering a better student loan experience. CommonBond funds and refinances student loans and has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and Bloomberg. With a vision of disrupting the $1 trillion student loan market, CommonBond differentiates itself through savings, exceptional service and social good. In addition to lowering the cost of higher education, CommonBond is the first company to bring the “1-for-1” model of social good to education and finance: For every degree fully funded on the CommonBond platform, the company funds the education of a child in need for a full year through a partnership with Pencils of Promise.

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