When was CommonBond founded?
CommonBond was founded in 2012.
Where is CommonBond's headquarters?
CommonBond's headquarters is located at 524 Broadway, New York.
What is CommonBond's latest funding round?
CommonBond's latest funding round is Loan - II.
How much did CommonBond raise?
CommonBond raised a total of $1.28B.
Who are the investors of CommonBond?
Investors of CommonBond include Paycheck Protection Program, Barclays Bank, BMO Capital, Goldman Sachs, Citibank and 17 more.
Who are CommonBond's competitors?
Competitors of CommonBond include ZestMoney, Splash Financial, Kissht, QuadFi, LendUp, Upgrade, Tala, Prodigy Finance, SoFi, Defynance and 15 more.
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