Atlantic Capital has entered into a fintech partnership with Self Lender, a fintech company that offers credit building loans.

The partnership is part of Atlantic Capital’s strategy to partner with fintech companies which have significant operational expertise and scale to fulfil customer requirements.

Under the collaboration, both the companies will work together to provide credit builder account to consumers across the US.

The Self Lender services enable the users to increase their credit without using credit cards as well as save money. The company till date has supported more than 200,000 people.

Atlantic Capital CEO Doug Williams said: “We have been extremely impressed with the Self Lender team and their commitment to help consumers across the United States improve their financial wellness.

“Self Lender is changing the way consumers gain control of their credit profile and Atlantic Capital’s goal is to be the banking partner of choice for innovative companies like Self Lender.”

Self Lender CEO James Garvey said: “Atlantic Capital is a true partner that understands the unique requirements to support a high growth Fintech company like Self Lender.

“We look forward to working with the Atlantic Capital team to further Self Lender’s mission of building financial peace of mind for consumers across the US.”

With assets more than $2.9bn, Atlantic Capital offers lending, treasury management and capital markets services.