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Oimio is deploying OakNorth’s credit analysis and monitoring platform!

Netherlands-based real estate lender OIMIO, focused on small and medium-sized real estate investors launched today in the Netherlands. OIMIO has signed a deal with OakNorth to deploy its loan structuring platform.

Jeroen Belt, the founder of Oimio, says that “small and medium-sized commercial real estate investors need a partner they can trust who can provide them with finance that is customized to their unique needs quickly.

And Jeroen Belt adds “We are excited to work with OakNorth, our trusted partner in setting up this new platform. Through deploying OakNorth’s Platform we hope to achieve a similar positive impact OakNorth Bank has had in the UK.”

“We know from leveraging the Platform via OakNorth Bank in the UK, that the positive multiplier effect of supporting small and medium-sized businesses is substantial,” says Rishi Khosla, co-founder of OakNorth.

He adds: “In Oimio, we’ve found a committed partner who shares our vision to fix small and medium-sized business lending, so we’re delighted to be working with them to achieve this.”

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