Mar 4, 2021
In February 2021 we saw Game Stop stock headlines bringing retail investors into the focus of mainstream media. Although this specific case seems to have polarized the market commentary, it undoubtedly made everyone realize how much power this group of investors can have.
Feb 16, 2021
Katipult is proud to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Canaccord Genuity, a global leader in capital markets and wealth management, for a $3.0 million corporate investment in Katipult.
Feb 8, 2021
Katipult Co-Founder Brock Murray and VP of Solution Engineering Karan Khiani joined the Fintech Fridays Podcast hosted by NCFA. They discussed a variety of topics such as going public early, evolving the product to meet complex requirements, and recognizing emerging retail investor trends.
Feb 2, 2021
Jan 29, 2021
Katipult CEO, Gord Breese, sat down for an interview with Berk Sumen, head of TSX company services for their “C-Suite at The Open” series. In an effort to highlight the “unique stories and perspectives of companies listed on Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)”, the conversation touched on both Katipult’s business model as well as the future growth outlook.
Jan 26, 2021
A cloud-based lending platform is the heart of your online deal syndication service. It impacts every area of your business from investor servicing to loan servicing. It’s the primary way that your investors interact with your firm to access new opportunities and allocate their funds. It also scales the amount of loan administration your team can do, opening up growth possibilities for the business.
Dec 1, 2020
Electronic signatures have been around for some time, and even though their use can drastically streamline paperwork and save time, organizations in the investment industry have been surprisingly slow to adopt them.
Nov 12, 2020
Digital transformation is rapidly changing the way the investment industry does business and interfaces with their clients. Among the highest priorities for leading firms is the adoption of electronic or digital signatures rather than “wet” signatures. By introducing electronic signatures, the firm can move away from manual and paper-based, ad hoc processes that are plagued with deficiencies, compliance risks, and frustrations by all those involved.