TurnKey Lender’s Elena Ionenko Wins 2020 Canadian Lenders Association Award
Elena Ionenko, co-founder and COO at TurnKey Lender, named 2020 a lending woman of the year in the Lending Awards from the Canadian Lender Association.
The Canadian Lenders Association (CLA) is the voice of Canada’s lending ecosystem representing over 100 companies in commercial and consumer lending including TurnKey Lender and other leading financial institutions and fintech brands that are transforming lending in Canada.
Lending Woman of the Year award is aimed to showcase executives and entrepreneurs who have successfully navigated the rapids of 2020 with incredible resilience, recovery, and innovation, ensuring the success of their companies and the digital lending industry as a whole. Ionenko commented on receiving the award, “It’s an honor to be featured alongside these distinguished female leaders as well as all the companies highlighted by CLA. We’re looking forward to growing our presence in Canada and continuing to build our relations with the Canadian Lender Association in 2021!”
TurnKey Lender is a proud member of the Canadian Lender Association. Watch our LinkedIn Live on Adapting Your Lending Business to the Post-COVID Reality with Tal Schwartz, Chief Strategist of the Canadian Lenders Association, and see our article on Alternative Credit Scoring for Non-Traditional Lenders in Canada.
About TurnKey Lender:
TurnKey Lender provides businesses with an intelligent, easy-to-use integrated SaaS platform that is easily adjusted to the business needs and includes all the functionality required to make the lending process fully digital. TurnKey Lender provides a wide range of features, integrations, and settings specific to the Canadian market, e.g. payment providers and credit bureaus.
The solution uses AI, proprietary bank-grade technology, and advanced API integrations to automate every step of the lending process from a single cloud-based solution. Different versions of the software are tailored to the needs of traditional (banks and credit unions), alternative (fintech startups, P2P lenders, micro-lenders, etc.), and embedded lenders (any type of business that wants to sell products or services in installment payments) online or from a store.