Company Overview

Nimble was founded in 2005 by Greg Ellis and Sean Teahan who were frustrated with the lack of consumer-friendly short-term borrowing options in Australia. In the early days they mowed lawns to keep the business afloat as they set about building Australia's most advanced technology platform for assessing, approving and paying loans.

Today, people can access Nimble loans via their mobile devices or computer. It's a clever, fast, effortless new way to borrow money.

In the media

Nimble Media Release - Nimble Australia Pty Ltd acquires ZeeFi and extends its product suite to cover the education sector - 01/03/2023

AFR - Non-bank Nimble acquires education-focused lender ZeeFi - 01/03/2023


Nimble Media Release - Bill Shock Campaign - 13/11/2022

Mumbrella - Nimble helps Aussies overcome ‘Bill Shock’ in latest work from Cyclone Creative - Kalila Welch, 14/11/2022

The Stable - Cyclone Creative: Nimble's Humour Defeats Bill Shock - 11/11/2022

Ads of the World - Nimble Australia - Bill Shock

Campaign Brief - Nimble Talks Taking It On The Chin + Jaw-Dropping Cost Of Living In New Work Via Cyclone Creative - Ricki Green, 14/11/2022

B&T- Quick Loan Player Nimble Plays for Laughs In New Work Via Cyclone Creative - Christian Vazquez

AdNews - Nimble reveals the jaw-dropping cost of living via Cyclone Creative - 14/11/2022

Roast Brief - Nimble Talks Taking It On The Chin + Jaw-Dropping Cost Of Living In New Work Via Cyclone Creative - 14/11/2022

Press Release - 28/10/2019

Nimble Media Release - Supporting Women in STEM - 19/09/2019

Gavin Slater interview with Peter Switzer - 21/08/2019

Nimble Media Release - 23/03/2019

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The information on this website is general in nature and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply, and are subject to change. Applications are subject to Nimble’s credit approval criteria. Redraw not available.

Nimble members who have previously borrowed and repaid one or more loans in full may be eligible to apply for up to $10,000 in their Member Area.

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