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Self Financial Stock

Venture-Backed fintech startup that helps customers build credit and save money

A credit score analysis software designed to offer loans

About Self Financial Stock




Austin, TX, US

Notable Investor

Meritech Capital Partners

Total Funding


Self Financial claims to be a credit-building platform working to increase economic inclusion and financial resilience through products that make building credit accessible. The company provides tools necessary for building on-time payment history and responsible use of credit, in collaboration with issuing banks services for those who are new to credit or who might not have access to traditional financial products. The company also offers rent and utility payment reporting through RentTrack and LevelCredit, which Self acquired in February 2022.

Self Financial was formerly known as Self Lender. The company was founded by Conor Swanson and James Garvey in 2015 and is based in Austin, Texas. Notable investors include Altos invests, Meritech Capital, Conductive Ventures, and Silverton Partners.

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Self Financial Management

Leadership team at Self Financial

Chief Executive Officer

James Garvey

Chief Financial Officer

Adam Chibib

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