Founded in 2009, Payoff is a technology-enabled, consumer-focused financial services company. Payoff builds transparent and empowering financial products with the customer’s best interest in mind. Payoff is backed by top tier venture capital firms and some of the most prominent individuals in financial services.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Costa Mesa, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
101 (est)+3%
Website
payoff.com
Payoff was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Costa Mesa, US

Key People at Payoff

Leonard Moon

Leonard Moon

CFO
Ibrahim Dusi

Ibrahim Dusi

VP, Risk Management
Chris Hilliard

Chris Hilliard

VP, Head of Compliance
Dr. J. Galen Buckwalter

Dr. J. Galen Buckwalter

Chief Science Officer

Payoff Office Locations

Payoff has an office in Costa Mesa
Costa Mesa, US (HQ)
3200 PARK CENTER DR

Payoff Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Payoff's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $46.8 m. In total, Payoff has raised $58.8 m

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Payoff Online and Social Media Presence

Payoff News and Updates

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VW risks new pay row as compliance chief lands €10m payoff

Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt, brought in after diesel emissions scandal, departs after 13 months’ workThe former judge brought in to shake up Volkswagen’s compliance and culture after it was struck by a diesel emissions scandal is to receive a payoff of more than €10m (£8.6m), despite working for the…

Bank of America CEO Says Banks Shouldn’t Expect a Quick Payoff on This Investment

"It will take time for customers to change."

Bayer Beats Expectations with a Payoff in Profits

Spurred by the effective management of two key things.

Former head of child abuse inquiry received £80,000 payoff

Dame Lowell Goddard got two months’ pay and flights home to New Zealand after quitting inquiry into historical sex abuseDame Lowell Goddard received £80,000 in pay and allowances when she quit as head of the inquiry into child sexual abuse, the Home Office has confirmed. The New Zealand high court j…
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