OppFi reaches facilitated issuance of 2 million installment loans

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OppFi Inc. (NYSE: OPFI) (“OpFi”), a leading financial technology platform that enables banks to help everyday consumers access credit, today announced that it has facilitated the issuance of more than two million installment loans in line with its OppLoans product. Through the OppFi platform, the OppLoans product uses alternative data to reflect a customer’s unique financial situation and facilitates access to credit through banking partnerships for consumers whose credit scores exclude them from the ecosystem. traditional finance.

“OppLoans’ accelerated growth shows that millions of everyday consumers are underserved by the traditional banking system. Using machine learning technologies, alternative data can unlock access to credit for those with traditional credit scores. are less than perfect,” said Jared Kaplan, CEO of OppFi. “This important milestone shows why we believe we are well positioned to continue to grow as a leader in helping people rebuild their financial health with existing offerings. such as our low dollar OppLoans unsecured personal loans and future products in development.”

OppFi facilitated the issuance of its first installment loans in 2012, grew to facilitate the issuance of over 750,000 loans by 2019, and reached the milestone of two million loan issuances this month. As the OppFi platform grows, the company has collected more than seven billion informative data points under its proprietary AI-powered scoring algorithm, improving its automatic approvals to 58%. for the last quarter.

To provide more credit access options for the everyday consumer, OppFi has enhanced its platform to offer SalaryTap, a subprime payroll-linked loan product for employers issued by Member FDIC FinWise Bank, and its credit card product, OppFi Card, issued by First Electronic Bank, Member FDIC. Additionally, the company recently announced the expansion of two credit facilities to specifically support the growth and expansion of SalaryTap and OppFi Card.

“As we continue to pursue strategic product development opportunities as well as evolve and grow our current product offerings, we remain focused on OppFi’s commitment to creating and growing financial services for millions. of daily consumers,” Kaplan added.

About OpFi:

OppFi (NYSE: OPFI) is a leading financial technology platform that enables banks to deliver accessible products and a premium experience to everyday consumers. OppFi’s platform facilitates installment loan products, OppLoans and SalaryTap, issued by Member FDIC FinWise Bank and a credit card product, OppFi Card, issued by First Electronic Bank, Member FDIC. The company has been an Inc. 5000 company for five consecutive years, four times Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, and the seventh fastest growing company in Chicagoland in 2021 by Crain’s Chicago Business. The company was also on Forbes America’s 2021 list of America’s Top Startup Employers and Built In Chicago’s 2021 Best Workplaces list. OppFi maintains an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) ​​and maintains a 4.8/5-star rating with over 14,000 online customer reviews, making it one of the world’s leading online financial platforms. top rated by customers. For more information, please visit oppfi.com.

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