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Podcast 249: Stephen Dash of Credible. The CEO and Founder of Credible speaks about how precisely their business has taken care of immediately the crisis, their acquisition by Fox, the effect of Covid-19 from the lending area and much more

Dec 10, 2021

The CEO and Founder of Credible speaks about how precisely their business has taken care of immediately the crisis, their acquisition by Fox, the effect of Covid-19 from the lending area and much more Welcome back into the podcast, Stephen! Stephen Dash: thank you for having me personally, Peter. Peter: Of course. Therefore, final time we chatted it absolutely was straight right straight back and a great deal has occurred ever since then, irregardless of what’s took place within the last 8 weeks. Therefore, perhaps we could get going by providing the audience just a bit that is little of in regards to the final couple of weeks, just exactly just what it is been like for Credible. We’ll go into kind of the purchase thing a bit later on, but let’s simply begin here. Stephen: Yeah. Well, like a whole lot individuals, it is been a couple that is challenging of in the working environment, obviously, with shutdowns and all sorts of that type of thing. The method we’ve dealt with that, the entire business began working at home in kind of mid-March, ahead of the official shutdown started, and therefore ended up being i assume an actual advantageous asset of being constructed on contemporary infrastructure. We had been capable very quickly mobilize the group to be a home based job, we had most of the form of core infrastructure in position to complete so therefore we applied a number of policies and procedures and a bit that is little of for the group, but that was…..you understand, searching right right straight back over the past couple of months, it is been actually quite seamless, that is been good. The next thing we did that we knew that our team members and the families of our team members we fighting so, that was also very well received, but, it’s been a tough environment from a lender perspective is we implemented….. we paid for everyone’s health insurance in the company for six months to take some pressure off a lot of the stresses. Our loan providers have already been under pressure, especially the ones that are funded through wholesale financing areas and ABS, etc. So, we’ve been doing plenty of make use of our loan providers attempting to help them through and where we could, you understand, make an effort to offer information insights and things such as that, however it’s undoubtedly been an operating that is different throughout the last month or two, not merely for people, however for everybody. We’re carrying through and extremely pleased with the way the team is employed in this more difficult running environment. Peter: Right, right, okay. Therefore then, I would like to go back and commence this type of conversation back, appropriate, when you did an IPO, an IPO when you look at the Australian inventory Exchange, it is maybe perhaps not typical for a Silicon Valley-based, or fintech that is california-based. Therefore, inform us a bit that is little why you made a decision to get general general general public, one, after which why you chose to get public in Australia. Stephen: they truly are linked, I’ll state that, and in addition state that it is more popular. We had been among the first, we’re certainly one of the primary, it is more popular as an option to development phase money, go general general public in Australia. Now, the ASX, the Australian Securities Exchange, is positioned as, or perhaps is Florida title loans positioning it self being a junior nasdaq and i also think i personally use those terms where a rise phase business can get public much sooner than they might in america or the NASDAQ, or even the nyc Exchange. Therefore, we basically lined-up our capital options, our funding alternatives in actually was personal money in the united states, or would get general general public regarding the Australian Exchange. And, whenever the metrics are done by you of advantages and disadvantages, going general general public in Australia made sense for people and you can find actually three reasons. The very first, most of our investors pre the IPO, so our seed investors, our show A investors, our show B investors, are typical from Australia, or that part of Australia and Asia therefore, we had explanation for the reason that feeling from an investor viewpoint and an after when you look at the investment community Down Under managed to make it appealing. 2nd reason ended up being access that is ongoing money. So, many individuals don’t understand that in Australia, from the Australian Exchange, it is very normal to boost capital on an ongoing basis in the additional market and that is a function, as you’d understand, of experiencing numerous mining companies and mining explorers noted on the Exchange down here. So, there’s a process where you are able to raise around 15% of the market limit per and it’s actually waived at the moment year. I do believe its 25% through the crisis through, essentially, keeping of securities so that it’s a decreased dock, quick procedure to improve capital that is additional. Eventually, we never needed that, but that capability to raise capital…you understand, needless to say things have to be going well an such like, but raise money quickly really was appealing whenever I lined it against personal money. SHARE

Stephen Dash Investments

2 Investments

Stephen Dash has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in Driva as part of their Seed VC - II on March 3, 2022.

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Company

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3/21/2022

Seed VC - II

Driva

$4.45M

No

1

5/31/2021

Seed VC

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$99M

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Date

3/21/2022

5/31/2021

Round

Seed VC - II

Seed VC

Company

Driva

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$4.45M

$99M

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No

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