FINVERO.com: Fintech that solves financial inclusion.
Have you ever to not been given a credit either for yourself or for your business?
A Mexican, a Russian and a Spanish have solved this problem and are already granting credit in the points of sale and Mexico’s ecommerce.
Committed to financial inclusion Finvero supports you, granting consumer credit at low rates.
For the first time the user can choose the ideal term according to their finances, avoiding over-indebtedness. This Fintech through artificial intelligence and data analysis, understands your needs and outlines which customers will have the capacity and willingness to pay in the purchase of products in store.
Finvero’s financial credit solutions in the purchase of products at the point of sale allow commercial chains, businesses and small businesses to increase their sales, increase the average purchase amount and enjoy immediate liquidity. This phenomenon creates a virtuous circle for Mexico’s economy in the midst of the pandemic.
With more than 52% of the population without access to any financial services (CNBV Financial Inclusion report March 2021), without a doubt, Finvero has become an opportunity for those looking for credits for the purchase of products of their interest, improving the quality of life, and well-being of families in Mexico.
In this year the OpenBanking regulation on the Fintech Law will be a reality and Finvero.com will allow better conditions adapted to the needs of its customers on this new paradigm of shared data and new payment models.
Finvero.com has consolidated a large international team 100% remote countries such as: England, Spain, Venezuela, United States, Brazil, and Russia, with trajectories in multiple disciplines such as: technology, business, alliances, finance, and marketing among others.
Finvero.com is the fintech with the highest percentage of women in the industry (over sixty-five percent) on its workforce and on its board of directors for its commitment to financial inclusion in the country. Aiming to hire more than 150 people in the next six months.