FIBR Bank brings SME debt financing volume to 120 million euros via the credit platform

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29.10.2021 / 07:30
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FIBR Bank brings SME debt financing volume to 120 million euros via the credit platform

Frankfurt am Main, Germany, October 29, 2021 – Creditshelf Aktiengesellschaft, the leading financier of digital lending to SMEs in Germany, and its debt financing partner FIBR Bank (formerly Amsterdam Trade Bank) are stepping up their successful collaboration. FIBR Bank is increasing the financing volume of loans to SMEs through the credit platform up to 60 million euros, thus bringing their potential financing capacity to 120 million euros.

Matt Kus, Head of Loan Partnerships at FIRB Bank: “Our loan partnership strategy, focused on financing SME lenders for their set-up, is gaining momentum. By expanding our existing successful partnership with creditshelf, we are strengthening our footprint in urgent need of SME debt capital. “

Dr. Daniel Bartsch, Founding Partner and Chief Operating Officer of creditshelf, adds: “We are very pleased that FIBR Bank has agreed to intensify our partnership. This shows that we offer real added value to institutional investors. in a very dynamic market environment, German SMEs are in need of financing alternatives at the moment – this is exactly the aim of our cooperation. “

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About the credit shelf

creditshelf is the leading credit platform for digital financing of SMEs in Germany. Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, the company offers flexible, bank-independent financing solutions through a constantly growing network. creditshelf combines complementary needs: while SME entrepreneurs can easily access attractive financing alternatives, institutional investors can invest directly in German SMEs and partners can support their clients as innovative providers of new credit solutions. The heart of creditshelf’s business model is unique, data-driven risk analysis and unbureaucratic, fast and digital processes. Thus, creditshelf covers the entire value chain: its platform is used to select suitable credit projects, analyze the creditworthiness of potential borrowers and provide a credit rating and pricing adapted to the risk. For these services, creditshelf receives commissions from borrowers and investors.

creditshelf has been listed in the Prime Standard segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange since 2018. The experts of the creditshelf team offer many years of experience in SME finance and are trusted partners and visionaries for the entrepreneurship of tomorrow. .

About FIBR Bank

FIBR is a connected digital bank that powers loans to SMEs across Europe, both directly and indirectly through local lenders such as Creditshelf. FIBR is the new trading name of Amsterdam Trade Bank NV under which the new SME strategy will be deployed. It is the only European bank focused solely on supporting SMEs, combining the stability of a bank with the agility and technology of a fintech. Its highly automated technology platform enables its lenders to finance SMEs quickly and efficiently while providing business owners with access to a range of working capital and guaranteed loan products at fair rates. The FIBR (formerly Amsterdam Trade Bank) has been active in the German market since 2006.

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