College Ave Student Loans CEO to Present at the 2016 iGlobal Forum Specialty Finance Summit
(Wilmington, DE) January 11, 2016 – College Ave Student Loans, a leading online student loan marketplace lender, announced today that Joseph DePaulo, co-founder and chief executive officer, College Ave Student Loans, will present on the topic “The expansion of the online lending marketplace” at the iGlobal Forum 5th Specialty Finance Summit in New York City on January 13 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time.
Mr. DePaulo has more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. In 2014 he co-founded College Ave Student Loans, a next generation student lender designed to make the student loan process simple, clear and personalized. Prior to College Ave, Mr. DePaulo served as CFO at Sallie Mae. During his time there, Mr. DePaulo held several other executive roles, including director of the company, director of Sallie Mae Bank and chief marketing officer. Prior to Sallie Mae, Mr. DePaulo co-founded Credit One Financial Solutions, a personal loan company, and served in several executive positions at MBNA.
The iGlobal Forum 5th Specialty Finance Summit is focused on new technological developments in the finance sector. The conference will examine the rise of consumer credit and the third-party lenders using emerging strategies both online and in person to fill gaps left by traditional lending practices.
About College Ave Student Loans
Founded by an experienced leadership team, College Ave Student Loans is the next generation student lender, bringing innovation to a long-stagnant market. State of the art technology and a disciplined, data-centric approach is the foundation for the company’s scalable platform. With a best-in-class customer experience and the most consumer-friendly product suite in the industry, College Ave delivers on its brand promises of clarity, simplicity and personalization. As the only new student lender playing in all three major higher education financing market segments, College Ave is poised to capitalize on the imminent disruption in higher education financing. For more information, visit: http://www.collegeavestudentloans.com/.
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