date icon September 7, 2017 category icon Press Releases

Quicken Loans Joins Internet Association, Expanding IA’s FinTech Leadership

BECKERMAN: “We’re excited to expand our leadership in FinTech by working with innovative – and community-focused – companies like Quicken Loans.”

 

Washington, DC – Today, Internet Association announced Quicken Loans has joined as its 43rd member. Quicken Loans leads not just in FinTech innovation, but the entire retail mortgage space as the country’s second largest retail mortgage lender.

“We’re excited to expand our leadership in FinTech by working with innovative – and community-focused – companies like Quicken Loans,” said IA President & CEO Michael Beckerman. “Quicken Loans revolutionized the process of getting a mortgage while also continuing to invest in its employees and its community, especially Detroit.”

Quicken Loans has a long track record of FinTech innovation, most recently launching Rocket Mortgage, the first completely online mortgage experience, in 2015. The company has won J.D. Power’s award for best mortgage originator the past seven years running, as well as J.D. Power’s best mortgage servicer award for the past four years. This year Computerworld ranked Quicken Loans the best place to work in IT for the fifth straight year.

Quicken Loans is also focused on transforming Detroit into “Silicon Valley North” – a tech-focused hub in Michigan. The company moved its headquarters to downtown Detroit in 2010, sparking more than 30 active venture-backed startups in the city. Quicken Loans also recently launched a Detroit Demo Day, offering $1 million worth of funding to Detroit small businesses and entrepreneurs.

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