13 May 2021

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In the news 2 weeks ago

Instant home loan approval – are you eligible?

While other lenders struggle with long turnaround times and clunky approval processes, fintech Nano has launched a new home loan where loan approval is granted on the spot.

In the news 2 weeks ago

Digital home lending is not the future. It’s already here.

Westpac announced plans to make the mortgage process “as automated as possible” by 2024. Fully automated digital home lending should not be discussed as the “future” of the mortgage sector. It’s already here.

In the news 6 months ago

Nano promises faster mobile home loans, with payment features on top

Fintech lender Nano is the latest challenger planning to speed up this process, with a home loan application that can process a home loan entirely digitally.

In the news 6 months ago

Fintech lender unveils its rebrand

Australian fintech Verteva has announced it is rebranding to Nano, a transition that comes hot on the heels of the group completing its first home loan approval through a mobile phone platform.

In the news 6 months ago

Digital lender rebrands, writes first loan

A fintech lender that launched in May has announced that it has rebranded to a new name and has refinanced its first home loan via mobile.

Media Release 6 months ago

Verteva rebrands to Nano as it prepares to shake up mortgage industry

Australian fintech Verteva today announced it has rebranded to Nano and written its very first home loan via mobile, as it prepares to disrupt the mortgage industry.

In the news 6 months ago

Fintech flips mortgage industry on its head with digital home loan platform

Australian fintech Verteva today announced it has rebranded to Nano and written its very first home loan via mobile, as it prepares to disrupt the mortgage industry.

In the news 1 year ago

Fintech startup Verteva secures $33M Series A raise amid COVID-19

Financial technology startup and home loan disruptor, Nano (formerly Verveta) has secured a AUD$33m Series A capital raise which has been funded entirely by New Zealand’s Bolton Equities.

In the news 1 year ago

Ex-Westpac execs raise $33m for home loan fintech

Two former Westpac executives have unveiled a fintech competitor to established mortgage providers, with a bumper $33 million first funding round.

In the news 1 year ago

Pouring kerosene on the fire: Fintech Verteva raises $33 million to turn the mortgage industry on its head

Sydney-based fintech Verteva has secured $33 million in Series A funding, as it gears up to launch its digitised home loan solution and disrupt the “laggard” financial services industry.

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