H.R.

Credijusto

About Credijusto

Focusing on lending to the underserved and rapidly growing small and medium-sized enterprise market, Credijusto is a leading financial tech company based in Mexico City. It’s backed by a group of globally recognized institutional investors, with lending amounts ranging from $150,000 to $10 million that help to address the needs of those who would otherwise be rejected by the banks.

Credijusto uses a combination of cutting-edge software design and innovative data science applications to structure their products and make sound financial decisions. This allows for fewer approval procedures than would traditionally be required and a clear, transparent process for delivering rapid approvals.

The company prides itself on establishing long-term relationships with clients to help them meet their business and financial goals. Interest rates are determined based on the business’ stability, financial indicators and credit history, as well as the collateral guarantees available. Compared to the banks where 9 out of 10 applicants are rejected for loans, Credijusto is reversing the figures, with 9 out of 10 approvals and lending even to those who are reported in the credit bureau.
You can find more info at https://www.credijusto.com/

  • 201-500 Employees
  • Mexico City, Mexico Location

Overview of H.R. @ Credijusto

Credijusto is looking for a candidate interested in People Strategy to build an internal head hunting function at Credijusto, and working with the leadership team to redesign recruiting, compensation, payroll, feedback and performance metrics. Ideal duration for the engagement is 12 months, with a possibility to convert to a permanent leadership position. No prior HR experience is required; Spanish fluency is required.

 

Mission Statement

Creating opportunities for small and medium business through access to credit

Team @ Credijusto

H.R.

Allan Apoj and David Portiz met at Brown university and after a brief time working at a payday lender founded Credijusto on the idea that small and medium business owners in Mexico should receive a cheaper alternative to excessively high interest rates charged by banks and micro lenders.

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