Finitive Announces Leasing of Software and Engineering to Drive Expansion and Growth of Private Credit Market

Company Appoints Steve Yampolsky as Chief Engineering Officer and Chris Benjamin as Senior Software Architect to Advance Transaction Mapping Capabilities and Platform Growth

NEW YORK, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Final, the leading data-driven private credit market connecting borrowers and institutional investors, today announced it has hired fintech veterans Steve yampolsky as head of engineering and Chris Benjamin as a Senior Software Architect to drive growth and pursue the company’s mission of making private credit transactions fast, accessible and easy.


“Steve and Chris’ extensive experience in operating and implementing algorithms, artificial intelligence and machine learning for SaaS solutions will significantly advance Finitive’s workflows, its matching capabilities. transactions and the overall experience of lenders and borrowers, ”said Finitive’s chief information officer. Jon burlinson. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome them to our growing technology team. “

The Finitive platform plays a transformative role in transforming private lending into an efficient and transparent digital process, accelerating sourcing, due diligence, matching, pricing and closing for lenders and borrowers. The platform’s third-party data integrations ensure relevant matches and support decision-making, while its workflow uses natural language processing and AI to manage disparate documents and information to create an experience. Data-rich and streamlined user.

Steven yampolsky brings more than 25 years of technological experience in the creation of alternative investment products and asset management. A specialist in automated workflows, he previously led a team at BNY Mellon that designed and developed a cloud-based automated expense processing system for the company’s fund accounting system, which made it possible to achieve ‘significant savings in resources for the company. Previously at BNY Mellon, he was responsible for defining systems and data integration architectures, creating new business intelligence products, business process orchestration and data integration.

Chris Benjamin has been a software developer for innovative companies since the early 2000s. In his most recent role as Senior Software Architect for CRE Simple, Chris led the development of a revolutionary real estate transaction management platform commercial. Previously, he was a Senior Software Architect at Stem, Inc., an artificial intelligence-based energy exchange platform that is now publicly rated at over $ 3 billion. Early in his career, Chris started building e-commerce websites for companies like Best Buy and The Gap.

Finitive’s platform uses proprietary technology and algorithms to connect borrowers to capital providers quickly and efficiently, and to streamline and accelerate the due diligence process. All investments are funded directly by investors to borrowers, with no intermediary entity to add time and costs. Borrowers have the opportunity to access private credit financing from over 900 institutional investors with over $ 6 trillion in AUM; Investors have access to a multi-trillion dollar market of opportunities across multiple asset classes and structures, including specialty finance, online lending, market lending, and private credit funds.

About the finitive

Finitive is the leading data-driven private credit marketplace. Through its technology platform, institutional investors access a multi-trillion dollar market of private credit opportunities across multiple asset classes and structures, including specialized finance, online lending, lending on the market and private credit funds. Borrowers have efficient access to capital through a global network of investors who are actively involved in private credit. All regulated activities are carried out by North Capital Private Securities, a registered brokerage and FINRA / SIPC member. For more information on Finitive’s private lending marketplace, visit the company’s website at

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