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OakNorth Stock

Customized mid-sized loans

About OakNorth Stock

OakNorth's mission is to enable entrepreneurs worldwide to access customised mid-sized loans. Within the UK, it does this via balance sheet lending and throughout the rest of the world, it does this by partnering with other banks, licensing its tech platform, OakNorth Analytical Intelligence. The platform has been embedded with banking partners across multiple countries with combined assets of over $800bn and is enabling them to replicate OakNorth’s success with SME lending in the UK in their own markets. Since its inception, the OakNorth Holdings group has secured over $1bn from several investors, including: Clermont Group, Coltrane, EDBI of Singapore, GIC, Indiabulls, NIBC, Toscafund, and SoftBank Vision Fund. The group was founded by Rishi Khosla and Joel Perlman, themselves entrepreneurs who were inspired to launch the business following the challenges they faced in securing debt finance from high street banks for their previous business, Copal Amba (which scaled to c.3,000 employees and was acquired by Moody’s Corporation in 2014).


Clermont Group


Coltrane Asset Management


NIBC Bank N.V.


Toscafund Asset Management


Funding History

January 2015$23.0M
November 2015$66.0M
January 2017$27.5M
October 2017$161M
November 2017$90.0M
September 2018$100M
February 2019$440M


Deputy CEO

Graham Olive

Co-founder and Senior Managing Director

Joel Perlman

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer

Rishi Khosla


Cristina Alba Ochoa


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