Chief executive Justin Basini, 46, cofounded ClearScore alongside former Google UK managing director, Dan Cobley, 53, with the intention of demystifying the world of consumer finance and giving people free access to their credit scores and reports. Its web and app platforms offer personalised loans, mortgages and credit cards, and the firm receives a commission every time someone uses it to buy a credit product. In April this year it launched ClearScore Protect, an anti-fraud system that monitors the dark web, and — in response to the pandemic — it has set up an initiative to find finance deals for key workers. With more than ten million global users, sales hit £55.7m last year.
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