New investors validate’s ability to scale and brings total Series A funding to $21.6m

shaking-hands-3091908_640(2) Raises $10 Million Series A1 Round. (Credit: Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.), a student loan repayment platform that helps borrowers pay down debt quickly and efficiently, today announced a $10 million Series A1 round, bringing its total Series A funding to $21.6M. This latest round was led by UBS, the world’s leading global wealth management firm, with additional participation from the investing arms of established technology, financial services, and insurance leaders, including new investor Aflac Ventures, and existing investors Fiserv, and Salesforce Ventures. Fiserv, Salesforce, and UBS are also customers of, leveraging the platform to address student debt within their workplace, as an employee benefit. All previous investors also participated in this round of funding, including Rethink Impact, Vulcan Capital, Breton, SixThirty, and the Impact Engine.

“As a B2B2C FinTech provider that exists to crush student debt, we are incredibly excited to announce the confidence and trust that some of the largest and most discerning financial services companies in the world have placed in,” said Laurel Taylor, CEO and Founder of “Our newest institutional investors are enthusiastically partnering with, as both financial investors and commercial partners, due to our proven ability to securely and effectively scale student debt solutions across tens of thousands of employers, corporate customers, and millions of users.” offers the only technology platform addressing the full spectrum of student debt management and repayment needs of American borrowers. These personalized tools measure the impact of actions on the quantity and duration of debt repayment. On average, users finish repaying loans half a decade faster, and their average savings on student loan repayment are between $15,000 and $40,000.

The platform’s flexibility in integration options, scalability, user experience and security has attracted partnerships with global corporate leaders like UBS, which recently announced an exclusive commercial collaboration with to provide student debt solutions to the firm’s corporate clients and their respective employees.

“Delivering a best-in-class client experience is core to our strategy and we know that this investment in will provide our Workplace Wealth Solutions clients with more creative and innovative financial wellness options,” said Tom Naratil, President Americas, UBS, and Co-President UBS Global Wealth Management. “We are committed to helping companies create a more rewarding workplace by addressing one of the biggest financial challenges American employees face today – student loan debt.”

The funding from this round will be used to accelerate product adoption across employers, recordkeepers, and financial services partners as demand continues to surge. While 71% of companies offer some form of tuition reimbursement, the recently-passed Consolidated Appropriations Act allows workplaces to expand the use of this heavily underutilized budget, introducing tax-free treatment of employer student debt repayment up to $5,250 annually.

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