Welcome to Nevo Financial

Nevo Financial is a boutique consulting services company focused on working with, investing in, and building portfolios of real estate and financial services brands, products and businesses that are recognized for quality, performance and innovation in digital delivery, financial access, customer care, transaction processing, analytics, compliance, operations, security and risk management.

Twenty Years and Counting!

Nevo Financial is a Delaware Limited Liability Company formed by Daniel Stiel in April 2000.

For more information, contact us at (512) 887-8435.

Lithium Is Key to the Electric Vehicle Transition. It’s Also in Short Supply — TIME

Lithium, an element that you may not have thought about since high school chemistry class, has been making headlines recently. This lightweight substance is a critical component in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which are used in most personal electronics and electric vehicles. And in the last year, it’s gotten expensive…

Lithium Is Key to the Electric Vehicle Transition. It’s Also in Short Supply — TIME

COVID was the best thing for Kitty, as insurance apps for pets boom — TechCrunch

Technology turned out to be a boon for pets during the pandemic. Without ready access to vets, pet owners turned to mobile apps to keep track on their pet’s health, often via educational content, and in some cases that was linked to insurance providers. The behavior has lit up the VC world as startups roll…

COVID was the best thing for Kitty, as insurance apps for pets boom — TechCrunch

Ongoing Apple Pay outage affects Mastercard credit and debit card users — 9to5Mac

Outages in Apple’s online services are not unusual, but this one is rather peculiar. Some users may not be able to add their Mastercard credit and debit cards to Apple Pay on Wednesday, according to Apple.

The company says there’s an ongoing outage in its payment system, but it seems to only affect Mastercard users.…

Ongoing Apple Pay outage affects Mastercard credit and debit card users — 9to5Mac

Better.com offering employees 60-days severance, losing ‘tens of millions’ per month per sources — TechCrunch

Less than one month after laying off 3,000 employees, digital mortgage lender Better.com is offering its corporate, product, design and engineering employees 60 days paid severance, or voluntary separation plans, and health insurance coverage “to anyone who wants it,” according to several sources familiar with internal happenings at the company. 

Better.com offering employees 60-days severance, losing ‘tens of millions’ per month per sources — TechCrunch