Credit Karma co-founder Nichole Mustard leaves. Boosting fintech news globally

In a significant blow to US consumer fintech Credit Karma, co-founder and chief revenue officer Nichole Mustard has reportedly left the company. Mustard, who was one of the three founders of Credit Karma, helped launch the platform in 2007 and was instrumental in its growth. The departure of Mustard follows the exit of the company’s chief people officer in January and chief marketing officer in September. Credit Karma was acquired by Intuit in a $7.1 billion deal in 2020. This news comes after Intuit announced that it would be folding its personal financial management business, Mint, into Credit Karma.