Prosper Marketplace President Ron Suber Joins eOriginal Advisory Board
Marketplace Lending Pioneer to Support Accelerated Expansion, Solidfy Firm's Position as FinTech Thought Leader and Innovator
BALTIMORE – November 19, 2016 – Ron Suber, president of Prosper Marketplace, has joined the advisory board of eOriginal, Inc., the expert in digital transactions. Suber will leverage his deep-rooted relationships with banks, mortgage companies, marketplace lenders and other financial services leaders to accelerate eOriginal’s growth, while articulating the importance and necessity of digital transaction management and eOriginal’s unique solution.
Suber brings more than 20 years’ experience in sales, marketing and business development across the hedge fund, broker dealer and registered investment advisor industries. Prior to joining Prosper in 2013, he served as Managing Director at Wells Fargo Securities. Previously, Suber served as the Head of Global Sales and Marketing and Senior Partner for Merlin Securities. He also served as President of Spectrum Global Fund Administration, and spent 14 years at Bear Stearns where he served as Senior Managing Director and Manager of Global Clearing Sales.
“There are many critical factors to consider before advising a company: The team members, their ability to build solutions, execute and the Total Addressable Market,” Suber said. “I am passionate about working with disruptive companies that are improving transparency, governance and risk management in a paperless environment and excited to work with eOriginal as they rapidly advance the end-to-end digital solutions for numerous industries.”
Seen as a thought leader in the financial technology space, Suber joins eOriginal at its hyper growth phase. The company recently completed a funding cycle led by private equity firm, LLR Partners, to support the demand and expand its product development and customer services. In addition to Suber, Jon Barlow, founder and former CEO of Eaglewood Capital Management, also joined eOriginal’s advisory board as the company continues to expand its expertise in marketplace lending and financial services.
“The industry is seeing a convergence of marketplace lenders and traditional lenders moving toward digital lending environments and platforms,” said Stephen Bisbee, president and CEO of eOriginal. “Ron’s experience and knowledge of marketplace lending as well as his foresight of industry trends will be invaluable to eOriginal as we continue to scale and focus on bringing fully digital transactions to a variety of industries.”
Through its eAsset® Management platform, eOriginal provides the maintenance, control and use of critical documents that have an intrinsic value; it protects these assets in a fully electronic environment throughout their entire lifecycle, including post-signature execution. By maintaining the authenticity of original documents, the identity of the signatories and the integrity of the content, eOriginal enables customers to realize the true benefits of fully electronic transactions and the resulting business-process improvements. Lenders can respond quickly to auditors and regulators with a new level of transparency, in real time and across various document types over the entire chain of custody.
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About eOriginal, Inc.
Founded in 1996, eOriginal is the trusted expert in digital transaction management solutions, specializing in the post-execution management of financial asset documentation. eOriginal SmartSign® and eAsset® Management Services enable an end-to-end solution for fully electronic transactions that must be managed with the highest levels of security and compliance throughout their lifecycle. By treating every transaction as having assets that must be verifiably secure, legally compliant and enforceable, eOriginal provides its customers and partners with eCertainty®. For more information, please visit http://www.eoriginal.com. eOriginal®, eAsset®, eOriginal SmartSign® and eCertainty® are trademarks of eOriginal, Inc. and are registered in the United States or in other jurisdictions.