Trevor Dryer

CEO & Co-founder, Mirador
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Trevor Dryer is the CEO and co-founder of Mirador, provider of the leading digital small business lending platform. Prior to building Mirador, Trevor led mobile payment and small business point-of-sale product lines for Intuit and also contributed to their online banking solution for mid-sized financial institutions.

A former attorney, Trevor is passionate about helping small businesses grow through access to reasonably-priced business loans. While at Intuit, he learned first-hand the unnecessary gap that exists between entrepreneurs needing capital to grow their businesses and bankers struggling to economically underwrite typical small business loans. Trevor is a graduate of Harvard University and received his JD from Stanford Law School.

Since founding Mirador in 2013, Trevor has been invited by venture investors, regulators such as the FDIC, major financial institutions, and various trade associations to speak on financial innovations and the impact of fintech. He recently delivered a white paper regarding technology adoption for small business lending at the Barlow Business Banking Conference. He is currently working to improve how banks can satisfy Community Reinvestment Act obligations, helping to meet the credit needs of low- and moderate-income communities.

Mirador is engineering the lending revolution. Mirador’s leading digital lending platform powers a new type of relationship between small businesses and lenders, enabling banks to profitably decision loans within 24 hours or less. The Mirador Network is a digital lending marketplace connecting small business organizations with lending options. Today Mirador works with leading banks and credit unions across the U.S. and has processed more than $1.3 billion in small business loan applications. For more information please go to