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Listenup Show - Mitchell Chadrow talks with startups, entrepreneurs, business owners and others on building startups smarter several times a month! Why Listenup? Whether you’re a student, recent graduate, startup entrepreneur, career professional, an employee in transition or a successful business owner, or recent retiree, I want to help people just like you. I interview successful professionals, business leaders, entrepreneurs and find out the resources, tools, tactics, that they use to execute and implement their own personal and business goals. The guest's personal stories provide a roadmap of actionable and executable steps and a wealth of wisdom to help you achieve your own business, family, and life goals and dreams. These stories also provide solutions, practical advice and tips for everyday problems and issues.Startup now at mitchellchadrow.com.
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Michael VanErdewyk, ReliaMax Founder and CEO, Online Marketplace Private Loans Insurtech Meets Fintech Show 060
Online Marketplace Private Loans Insurtech Meets Fintech TODAY'S GUEST Michael VanErdewyk, ReliaMax Founder and CEO HEMAR was started in 1986 as a private student loan insurance company. In 1996 Sallie Mae purchased HEMAR but HEMAR could only insure loans originated by Sallie. Mike started a workers compensation insurance company and worker compensation GMA in Sioux Falls, SD. Mike sold both companies in 2006 because he purchased HEMAR from Sallie Mae in 2006. The company went from an insurance company insuring private student loans to an online marketplace platform known as ReliaMax today. Website lenders: ReliaMax (B2B) Website consumers: FUTR LinkedIn Twitter WHYLISTENUP? The High cost of student higher education year over year is more than $400 billion and it continues to increase with a fourth of students and their families funding their education from free grants and scholarships and quarter from federal student loans the other 200 billion is from family contributions which typically are funded from credit cards, personal loans retirement assets sometimes coming with penalty withdrawals, home equity loans todays entrepreneur and industry leader saw an idea, saw a great business and took action and we are going to ask him how he began executing on his goals and plans to build a solution to fill the necessary gap for students and families in this education loan niche an asset class called private student loans where fintech and insurtech come together. What is
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Date published: 2017-02-07