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OnDeck announced it will begin offering equipment finance loans to select U.S. small businesses next year, bringing its technology and digital lending expertise to what has traditionally been a slow-moving, opaque and complicated process. “With more […]

(Reuters) – OnDeck Capital Inc (ONDK.N), which lends to small businesses online, reported a third-quarter profit that beat estimates and raised its full-year outlook, sending its shares surging nearly 26 percent. The company expects a […]

Oct 22, 2018 On Deck Capital, an online lender to small businesses, is teaming up with PNC Financial Services. On Deck’s pitch: Make loans to small businesses relatively quickly. It currently has $1 billion worth […]

PNC, the US regional banking group, is rolling out an online lending platform targeting small businesses across the country, in the latest example of regional lenders using technology to sell services nationally. The US’s ninth-largest […]

American Banker Online By Kevin Wack 16 October 2018 Click here to read this on American Banker OnDeck Capital, an online lender that also provides the technology to JPMorgan Chase’s digital small-business lending platform, is […]

Oct. 16, 2018 | Reuters NEW YORK (Reuters) – OnDeck Capital Inc has set up a subsidiary that will provide technology and other services to banks looking to lend to small businesses online, it said […]

September 12, 2018 | Lend Academy Back in 2007, OnDeck started making loans to US small businesses. Since then, the company weathered the financial crisis, lending to small businesses at a time when few were. In 2010, […]

Fox Business | August 7, 2018 What happened Shares of On Deck Capital (NYSE: ONDK) were soaring by nearly 25% as of 1 p.m. EDT on Tuesday as the company beat consensus earnings expectations in the second […]

Reuters | August 7, 2018 Shares of OnDeck Capital Inc (ONDK.N) soared on Tuesday after the online lender reported second-quarter profit that topped estimates and it raised its full-year guidance. OnDeck shares were up 20 […]