Capital One rebrands BlueTarp

Kenneth Clark
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Capital One introduced Capital One Trade Credit, a rebrand of BlueTarp Financial, the business-to-business trade credit financing company it acquired in October 2019. 

Capital One Trade Credit will continue BlueTarp’s focus on customizable business-to-business credit management programs for enterprise-scale merchants and small- to medium-sized companies. Its programs allow for a seamless purchase-to-payment process featuring a combination of credit decisioning, accounts receivable management tools, cash flow and risk protection, with options for collections and customer support. These programs will also provide additional servicing capabilities and broader financial offerings for Capital One’s co-brand and private-label credit card partnership clients.  

“As Capital One Trade Credit, we are excited to be able to offer best-in-class B2B credit management capabilities to help our merchants grow their business,” Scott Simpson, Managing Vice President of Capital One Trade Credit, said. “Our rebrand to Capital One Trade Credit allows us to bring our credit management platform and services to a broader market, allowing Capital One to expand our business-to-business offerings to existing and future partners to provide them with a greater set of capabilities to address their growing needs.” 

Following the rebrand, Capital One Trade Credit will continue to offer customized B2B credit programs with upfront funding, protection from credit risk, and tools to help our merchants grow their sales. Capital One Trade Credit will continue to have a presence in the Portland area at One Monument Square.