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  • From HW Magazine

    2019 HW Tech100 winner: Plaid

    Addressing challenges of the paper-based mortgage
    In 2018, Plaid leveraged its technology to address the challenges of the paper-based mortgage with the launch of its first-ever mortgage-focused product, Assets.
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  • Fintech company Plaid boosts capabilities by acquiring competitor Quovo

    Reportedly spending $200 million in deal
    Last month, Plaid, a technology platform that connects various applications with users’ bank accounts and has a growing presence in the mortgage space, raised $250 million in its Series C funding round that pegged the company with a reported valuation of $2.65 billion. At the time, the company said that it planned to use the money to expand. And now, the company is using much of that money to do just that by acquiring one of its competitors.
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  • Fintech company Plaid raises $250 million, valued at $2.65 billion

    New investors include Mary Meeker and Andreessen Horowitz
    There’s a new unicorn in the fintech space, as Plaid announced this week that it raised $250 million in its Series C funding round at a reported valuation of $2.65 billion. Plaid, a technology platform that connects various applications with users’ bank accounts, has a growing presence in the mortgage space. And now, the company plans to grow exponentially thanks to a massive new capital injection.
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  • Kate Adamson, head of mortgage at Plaid, to speak at engage.marketing

    Tackling the challenge of consumer engagement in the age of the digital mortgage
    Mortgage lenders have to balance two competing interests as they originate loans: the automation required for efficiency and the human touch that consumers need at different points in the process. That's no easy task, which is why we’ve invited Kate Adamson, head of mortgage at Plaid, to speak at our engage.marketing conference on the topic of Consumer Engagement in the Era of the Digital Mortgage.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2018 Women of Influence: Kate Adamson

    Head of Mortgage at Plaid
    Kate Adamson, head of mortgage at Plaid, a rising star in the fintech realm, is a trailblazer in the digital mortgage world. Her efforts at Plaid have resulted in the roll out of Assets, a digital asset verification solution, a partnership with Fannie Mae and the partnership with Ellie Mae that brought about the integration of the Encompass Consumer Connect solution.
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  • Plaid in the Winner's Circle: Close loans faster, make more money

    A new podcast series from Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney
    In the Winner’s Circle is a new podcast series from HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney. Jacob chats with executives about the innovations that are leading to successes in their businesses and within the mortgage industry. In this first episode, Jacob talks with Kate Adamson, head of mortgage at Plaid, a San Francisco-based fintech provider that has set its sights on the mortgage space.
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  • Plaid’s new asset verification program receives Day 1 Certainty approval from Fannie Mae

    Plaid Assets is now accepted provider for Fannie Mae DU
    Plaid, a technology platform that connects applications with users’ bank accounts, has been piloting an asset verification program with Fannie Mae’s Desktop Underwriter since October of last year. Now, the company is officially rolling out its asset verification program, which Fannie Mae just approved for asset verification within its Day 1 Certainty program.
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  • How do you pick the right technology vendor?

    Lenders discuss the challenges of integration and adoption
    If consumers feel like getting a mortgage is akin to going to the dentist, lenders feel like implementing a new tech solution is the equivalent of going to an oral surgeon. During a small breakfast meeting at the Ellie Mae Experience conference in Las Vegas this week, HousingWire's Sarah Wheeler sat down with a group of lenders and vendors to talk about emerging tech trends. But in addition to the trends they discussed, another issue emerged: just how difficult it is to choose a technology vendor.
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