Atlanta, GA – September 6, 2017 – Stackfolio (www.stackfolio.com), the online marketplace for loan trading and recent winner of the 2017 Google Demo Day judge’s favorite award, has formed a sales, marketing, and product agreement with BancList (www.banclist.com), the online service that allows shareholders of privately held community banks to create listings of intent to buy and sell shares. Stackfolio provides an integrated data research platform that enables financial institutions to make sophisticated trading decisions and boost loan growth and net interest income with its data research platform.
BancList, based in Nashville, TN, will leverage Stackfolio’s financial scorecard to let banks and shareholders see current quantitative financial information.
“Privately held banks, shareholders and prospective shareholders want to see as much factual information as they can without having to dig for it,” said Peter Scully, BancList’s CEO. “Stackfolio provides cutting edge technology for our client banks to accomplish this,” he added.Atlanta-based Stackfolio has attracted the attention of top investors, including investor and AOL co-
Atlanta-based Stackfolio has attracted the attention of top investors, including Atlanta’s TechSquare Labs as well as investor and AOL co-founder Steve Case, who committed to invest 20 percent of Stackfolio’s current round of capital raising. Investors have expressed excitement about the online marketplace for loan trading, which is designed to optimize loan portfolio decisions.Stackfolio analyzes multiple financial data points that provide tailored recommendations based on
Stackfolio analyzes multiple financial data points that provide tailored recommendations based on machine learning and artificial intelligence technology. The platform offers tiers (with fees based on asset size) to include full data access analytics, transaction simulations, along with a number of other loan trading and data research features.
“We are extremely excited about our partnership with BancList,” says CEO Pavleen Thukral. “We had the opportunity to speak with BancList clients and they are very impressed with their platform capabilities. Based on that research, we believe our services and direct integration will complement each other resulting in value-add to our respective client base.”
Stackfolio and BancList will have a combined client roster of more than 600 banks across 49 states.
Atlanta-based Stackfolio is an online marketplace for loan trading between financial institutions. Powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence, Stackfolio’s data research platform integrates analytics to connect liquidity needs and help financial institutions make more sophisticated trading decisions.