The MarketPlace Lending Association

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The MLA represents the marketplace lending industry. Our goal is to promote a transparent, efficient, and customer-friendly financial system by supporting the responsible growth of marketplace lending, fostering innovation in financial technology, and encouraging sound public policy.

MLA Named Red Hot Association

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Latest News: Resolving Madden: OCC and FDIC Proposed Regulations Should Be Entitled to Judicial Deference in All Courts If the Agencies Clarify How the Proposed Regulations Interpret Ambiguous Statutory Language – (PDF)

MLA Letter on Updating Data Sharing Principles – (PDF)

From the House Financial Services Committee

Mr. Meeks Question

“Question: the line between 3rd-party lending relationships”

Mr. Royce Question

“Question – credit score competition act & the benefits of technology”

MLA Board of Directors

Richard Neiman – Lending Club

Ryan Metcalf – Funding Circle

Julie Hwang – Prosper Marketplace

Frank Borchert – Marlette Funding

Campbell Gibson – Avant

Alison Nicoll – Upstart Network

Ulrico Izaguirre – Affirm

Rob Lavet – Social Finance (SoFi)

Back from a twitter make a critically important announcement: Princeton is first to secure 500 Ivy League athletic championships. Golf claims 25 of em, including '00-'02 (3 of our 4 years). Go TIGERS!!!

As a bank in #Fintech, we appreciate @RepStephenLynch, @RepFrenchHill, our very own #NewJersey @RepJoshG and the #Fintech #TaskForce focus on #AlternativeLending and #AccessToCredit at this week’s hearing! #BankingUntangled @Upstart @ElecTranAssoc @ABABankers @MLADirector @ICBA

Podcast: @MLADirector - The executive director of the Marketplace Lending Association reflects on his past three years on the job, their current priorities and what we can expect on the legislative front via @LendAcademy

#fintech #finserv #banking

There’s something wrong whenthere is no process for safety & soundness regulators to even recognize a no action letter from @CFPB — @MLADirector @philadelphiafed #PHLFinTech

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