Zack Miller presents a podcast featuring Michael VanErdewyk from ReliaMax, who talks about the current landscape for student lending and the opportunities available.

With all the excitement around online lending, there are still some spaces that have a long growth runway. One of the most persuasive growth opportunities is private student lending. Macroeconomic and policy changes are contributing to the growth thesis, but so too are the number of local lending institutions that want to move into this asset class.

Today’s guest on the podcast is Michael VanErdewyk, the founder and CEO of ReliaMax, a platform serving the private student lending business for community banks and credit unions all over the US.

You can listen to more episodes of the Tearsheet Podcast, and other fintech shows, on the BankNXT podcast page. Enjoy!

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About the author

Zack Miller

Zack Miller is founder of Tearsheet (formerly Tradestreaming), a vertical media company focused on the digital finance and fintech industries. Zack has worked with and consulted to many top venture-backed fintech companies, including Lending Club, Behalf, SigFig, OurCrowd and Seeking Alpha.

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