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Up & Right Up & Right Linklog and occasional blog by @tomloverro of @IVP Dec 17 The Largest Tech IPO in NYC History When everything comes together just right in tech startups, it looks like this. Today, RRE Ventures portfolio company, OnDeck, completed their initial public offering on the NYSE. It is the largest venture backed tech IPO by market cap in NYC history. Congratulations to the whole OnDeck team. We’re incredibly proud of them. Permalink Posted at 11:51 AM Tagged: OnDeck IPO rre Nov 16 Banking is under attack. Here’s a screenshot of the WellsFargo.com homepage with examples of companies challenging the individual pieces of WF’s business. I’ve done this for their Consumer / Personal page as well as Small Business. These two slides are excerpted from a presentation I helped prepare for a financial services, and specifically life insurance, audience. More of the slides can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/tloverro/fin-svcs-disruption-by-tom-loverro-at-rre My two primary points are: 1) Banks are facing increased competition from startups. We’re still early in the cycle but the early evidence points to major in roads by the startups, not merely a flash in the pan. 2) A lot of the true disruption is coming from startups that are replacing people with algorithms across financial services. And by the way, the algorithms are winning. Of course it goes without saying I / RRE have and continue to invest on these two theses. Some examples include OnDeck, Braintree, Venmo, CoverHound, PrimeRevenue, Sierra Auto Finance and Standard Treasury among others. We’ve also got more on their way, to be announced! Here are the talking points for the slides: Due to a number of factors including: The market dislocation and banking pullback of 2007/2008 Heightened regulatory requirements for large banks and FIs Disruptive new technology and data science Traditional financial services companies are facing upstart competitors like never before Non-bank actors are attacking just about every valuable and revenue-generating activity that traditional players engage in It is still VERY early but the evidence is mounting that these startups may not be a flash in the pan Discover saw yields fall 30bp this quarter in their personal loan book and noted on the earnings call that it was due in part to changing product and customer mix, and in part to “some very fast growing and aggressive non-traditional bank players” (LendingClub and Prosper!) (Source: Autonomous.com) Let’s take a look at Consumer Banking to start with This is a screenshot of WellsFargo.com Let’s map out where Wells is seeing competition Note almost none of these logos would have been here 5 years ago! Now let’s turn to the Small Business Banking page for WellsFargo.com Once again a screenshot of WellsFargo.com and it is the same story One of the core threads you can pull out from this disruption is that we are in the early stages of the financial services industry’s version of the Industrial Revolution “Machines are taking away our jobs!” Or are they changing them? Algorithms are at the center of much of the true disruption in financial services Sounds like I’m exaggerating or overstating my point? Well when was the last time you: Used an ATM instead of talking to a bank teller? Or better yet used Venmo or Square Cash to pay a friend, skipping an ATM altogether? Invested in an ETF instead of a mutual fund? Or better yet invested in Wealthfront instead of putting your money in the hands of a traditional wealth manager? Algorithm-driven disruption is occurring everywhere from wealth management to lending and just about everywhere in between. 11 notes Permalink Posted at 1:13 PM Tagged: Banking financialservices disruption Oct 30 Are Banks Too Expensive to Use? And if you think of a bank account overdraft as a short-term loan, a seven-day loan would have an A.P.R. of over 5,000 percent. One of the many reasons alternative personal and business lending is zooming. Permalink Posted at 12:23 PM Tagged: consumerlending underbanked Banking lending Oct 08 Marc Andreessen’s Rx For Financial Services Meanwhile the startup & technology world continues to innovate Permalink Posted at 7:49 AM Regulators Stop H&R Block Bank Sale Regulators show no signs of reversing their severely conservative attitude toward banks in the US. Permalink Posted at 7:48 AM Sep 25 Kabbage Aims To Konquer Konsumer Loans With Karat Kabbage is branching out from the merchants in search of working capital where it built its original business and is now looking to individuals looking for personal loads. The new service for those potential consumers is Karrat, and the will toss the Atlanta-based start-up into the increasingly crowded world of P2P personal lending. This ground is currently staked out by players such as Lending Club and Prosper Marketplace. Wow. Did not see this coming. Kabbage is trying to do A LOT all at once. Permalink Posted at 11:23 AM Tagged: kabbage lending consumerlending smblending Sep 18 Klarna Announces U.S. Team As It Plans For 2015 Launch In The U.S. I was reading Klarna Announces U.S. Team As It Plans For 2015 Launch In The U.S. on TechCrunch and thought you might be interested in reading it too. Download TechCrunch for iPhone today! Permalink Posted at 9:32 PM Sep 05 iWatch Rumors The rumors are getting louder and louder that the iWatch will have a screen. While my no-screen prediction for the iWatch is likely wrong, I can’t say that I’m that disappointed. This device should be absolutely fascinating to see. I’m particularly interested in see the non-obvious use cases Apple lays out as well as the UX between the iPhone and the iWatch. This is one of those rare times in tech where there’s just so little known. Watching the keynote unfold will be like Christmas morning for this geek. Permalink Posted at 9:47 AM Tagged: iwatch Sep 03 “ From Dan Primack today: Update #3: Yes, you just read that correctly: KKR participated in a pure venture capital deal. Sure it’s later-stage, but it’s certainly not a buyout. You may recall that we wrote in January about how KKR was considering the launch of a tech growth equity investing platform, and it seems that the consideration gave way to execution. Not only has KKR backed FanDuel, but it also invested £100 million into British online retailer The Hut Group back in June, and today said that it was plugging $90 million into luxury smart home technology company Savant Systems. http://fortune.com/2014/09/03/term-sheet-wednesday-sept-3/ Permalink Posted at 10:46 AM Tagged: KKR Sep 02 Is Amazon Quietly Getting Into The Lending Business? | PYMNTS.com It’s no secret that following the trail of hiring announcements can often signal the strategic directions of a company. The more quiet the announcement, the more it tends to reveal. With that in mind, a LinkedIn update recently showed Nick Talwar, until recently the Senior VP of Visa’s North American credit card unit, has move to Amazon as general manager of Amazon Lending. We’ve known for a while Amazon has been lending to merchants on their platform, but will they move into consumer credit? I’m not sure why they wouldn’t run an experiment acting as a non-bank consumer lender. Should be an interesting one to follow especially as Apple enters the payments fray in a meaningful way. Permalink Posted at 11:10 AM Tagged: consumerlending Amazon ← Older entries About Archive Random Mobile RSS Ask me anything Powered by Tumblr ER2 theme by Bill Israel

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