About Us

dv01’s all-in-one data management, reporting, and analytics platform brings transparency and insight to lending markets—making them more efficient for institutional investors and safer for the world. In a nutshell, we’re doing our part to prevent a repeat of 2008.

As the technological hub between lenders and capital markets, dv01 provides all market participants with unprecedented data transparency, insight, and analytics. To date, dv01 has offered investors insight into over $15 billion of securitizations and more than $64 billion of consumer, small business, real estate, auto, and student loans from the largest online lenders, including LendingClub, Prosper, and SoFi.

But that’s just the beginning. The work doesn’t stop until we’ve built a comprehensive end-to-end solution that facilitates investment across capital markets and asset classes. That’s at least $13 trillion of data to bring into our data pipeline and make dynamic for our users. Join us if you’re ready for the challenge.

Our Mission
To modernize the mortgage and consumer lending capital markets through technology, and deliver all stakeholders an incredible user experience that values transparency, efficiency, and intelligence.
Vision
Today, $12T of mortgage and consumer lending data is stuck in antiquated databases & Excel spreadsheets. We are cleansing, normalizing, and validating all this data, becoming a central hub, and making it accessible to all participants.
dv01 envisions a world where:
  • All consumer and mortgage loan data lives in one place, easy to access and analyze in seconds
  • The user experience is a priority; fragmented workflows across many vendors are replaced by a seamless experience that is more efficient and cost effective for everyone
  • Data doesn’t just mean numbers, but actionable intelligence that helps investors make smart decisions
Meet the Team
Perry Rahbar
Founder & CEO
Dean Chen
CTO
Amy Johnson
COO
Barbara Bridges
Head of Legal
Kerry Smith
Head of Sales
Jonathan Warrick
Head of Structuring
In The News
The Wall Street Journal
Prosper Inks $5 Billion Loan-Buying Deal With Investors Including Soros, Jefferies
Prosper Marketplace Inc. struck a deal on Monday to sell up to $5 billion worth of consumer loans to a group of investment firms over the next two years. Members of the group arranged by the online lender include New Residential Investment Corp NRZ -0.06% , a real-estate investment trust managed by ...
TechCrunch
Why transparency would have saved us from the 2008 financial collapse
While innovation for consumers has evolved, the back end of lending and investing is just as opaque now as it was prior to 2008.
Business Insider
Why finance should say goodbye to spreadsheets forever with dv01
Remember that scene in The Big Short where Christian Bale goes through page after page of spreadsheets, before passing out from exhaustion? That moment didn't end with the financial crisis of 2008—it's still happening today.
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