Just 2 days after the CEO of USAA announced their move to Charlotte, another industry leader said they would follow suit.
Personal finance tech juggernaut Credit Karma just released plans to build a massive $13 million East Coast Headquarters right here in the Queen City.
“We are thrilled to have Credit Karma establish their East Coast headquarters in our state,” said Governor Cooper. “North Carolina is the ideal place for technology companies to do business, thanks to our tech-savvy talent, resilient economy and great quality of life.”
The companies new Charlotte headquarters will initially bring 600 new jobs to our city.
NEW@creditkarma announced today that it is expanding its operations in #CLT, adding 600 new jobs and investing $13 million to transform its existing operations into an East Coast headquarters. @cltecon @NC_Governor @edpnc https://t.co/W6wYbU0tgW
— City of Charlotte (@CLTgov) May 25, 2021
Credit Karma is best known for giving over 4 billion free credit scores to consumers. Over the past few years, they’ve grown into the go-to destination for over 110 million members globally for everything related to their financial goals, including identity monitoring, applying for credit cards, shopping for loans (car, home and personal), savings accounts and now checking accounts, through their partner company, MVB Bank.