OppFi Upsizes Revolving Credit Facility with Affiliates of Atalaya Capital Management to $250 Million

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OppFi Inc. (NYSE:OPFI) (“OppFi” or the “Company”), a mission-driven fintech platform that helps everyday Americans gain access to credit with digital specialty finance products, today announced the Company has increased its existing revolving credit facility with affiliates of Atalaya Capital Management (“Atalaya”) to $250 million.

We appreciate Atalaya’s confidence in OppFi and the strengthening of our business relationship,” said Todd Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of OppFi. “We expect the additional funding capacity under this facility to generate incremental profitable growth.”

OppFi increased its capacity under this revolving credit facility from $200 million to $250 million, with a new tranche that matures in 2027. The expanded commitment is intended to fund receivables growth.

About OppFi

OppFi (NYSE: OPFI) is a mission-driven fintech platform that helps everyday Americans gain access to credit with digital specialty finance products. Through its unwavering commitment to customer service, the Company supports consumers, who are turned away by mainstream options, to build better financial health. OppLoans by OppFi maintains a 4.5/5.0 star rating on Trustpilot with more than 3,900 reviews, making the Company one of the top consumer-rated financial platforms online. For more information, please visit oppfi.com.

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