The Investmentpitch Media video discusses the launch by Marble Financial and its subsidiary Inverite Verification of its AI banking verification software with 5 new industry partners and a new daily record of 4,000 transactions

Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – November 19, 2021) – Marble Financial Inc. (CSE: MRBL) (OTC Pink: MRBLF) (FSE: 2V0), an AI-focused financial technology company, has , through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Inverite Verification, launched its verification platform to five new customers, in addition to taking a new milestone for day-to-day transactions.

Verification Inverite Inc. (, a leading Canadian provider of open banking and consumer-centric financial services, brings innovative, secure and cost-effective bank verification solutions to the financial services industry for income verification, credit decision making , fraud reduction and KYC / AML.

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With the backing of over 285 Canadian financial institutions, Inverite is the data provider of choice for many of Canada’s leading lenders, fintechs and paytechs. The five new industry partners operate in the alternative lending, auto loan and option-to-buy leasing industries, allowing Inverite to continue to grow its user base across different verticals while accessing more financial data on consumers.

Lloyd Evetts, Director of Business Development at Inverite, added: “We are pleased to announce that five new clients who operate in key lending sectors have launched Inverite in addition to the substantial increase in transaction volume on our platform. Inverite’s advanced proprietary technology enables rapid processing times for our clients’ customer data while providing their clients with a more accurate assessment of their financial and credit information. Going forward, we plan to continue developing our platform to increase Inverite’s reach to more customers and users.

In August 2021, Inverite surpassed 80,000 transactions per month, recording a 42% year-over-year increase in the growth of its Canadian consumer data. While Inverite took another milestone last week by registering several days with 4,000 daily transactions, the company is on track to surpass its record of 80,000 transactions per month.

Karim Nanji, CEO of Marble, said: “The recent transaction volumes we have achieved exceed our expectations and we are proud to see an increase in the number of clients and clients integrated into the Inverite platform. In line with Marble’s Open Banking strategy, we intend to expand the growth of our customer data collection as it is an integral part of our artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions that can help users improve their financial health.. “

Since 2016, Marble Financial’s proprietary MyMarble platform has established itself as a leader in financial well-being through the licensing of its proprietary products Inverite, Connect, Score-Up, Fast Track, Maestro and Boost, to empower thousands of marginalized consumers to take a more positive approach. financial future.

The shares are trading at $ 0.14. For more information, please visit the company website, contact Mike Marrandino, Executive Chairman, at 855-661-2390 ext. 104, or by email

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