A smarter way to invest and borrow.


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Transforming the banking system to make credit more affordable and investing more rewarding. Join the club and help us build something great.

The Perks

  • Benefits

    We offer all the important things you'd want — like competitive salaries, an ownership stake in the company, 100% paid medical and dental insurance, and a 401k matching program.
  • Great environment

    We also offer some unexpected benefits you'll love — like healthy free snacks and drinks, game rooms, a talented barista in our very own coffee shop, a relaxation space, and an amazing and convenient location in downtown SF, plus a second location outside Boston in Westborough, MA.
  • Market leader

    More importantly, we're the clear market leader, which gives us incredible momentum and resources. As Forbes put it, "While not often thought of as a "sharing economy" company, given the massive size of the financial industry Lending Club could end up being one of the most disruptive-and largest-companies in this sector."

An $11 Billion Story

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Lending Club (NYSE: LC) was founded in 2006 with one simple mission: create a more efficient alternative to the traditional banking system that provides lower rates to borrowers and better returns to investors. Today, Lending Club is the world’s largest online credit marketplace, facilitating personal loans, business loans, and financing for elective medical procedures and K-12 education and tutoring.

More than a Job


We work in highly collaborative cross functional, agile teams.


We are defining a new industry, there's lots of opportunity for innovation and advancement.

Be part of something great.

Financial Innovation

The math pitch involves the increased efficiency of cutting out the banks, allowing relatively lower rates for borrowers and good returns for lenders.

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Featured Borrower


"Not only was my interest rate much lower, the process was so easy– all online with no need to physically go to the bank to fill out even more paperwork."