|会社名||Nelnet Inc （NELNET INC）|
|概要||ネルネット（Nelnet Inc.）は教育関連の製品とサービス、学生ローン資産管理の提供に従事する。同社は学生ローンサービス、授業料支払い処理および学校情報システム、通信に従事する。同社のセグメントには、ローンシステムとサービシング、授業料支払い処理とキャンパスコマース、コミュニケーション、資産運用と管理、コーポレートおよびその他の活動が含まれる。同社はローンシステムおよびサービシング、授業料支払い処理、および通信事業セグメントを通じて手数料ベースの収益を得る。同社はまた、資産運用と管理事業において、学生ローン・ポートフォリオについて受取利息を得る。コーポレートおよびその他の事業には不動産およびその他の投資が含まれる。同社は、Allo Communications LLCを通じて、インターネット、ブロードバンド、電話、およびテレビサービスを含む電気通信サービスの提供に従事する。 ネルネットは、教育関連サ―ビス会社。顧客のニ―ズに合った学資ロ―ンおよび返済プランの比較、検索、申し込み手続きサ―ビスを、大学生と大学進学予定の高校生などを対象に提供する。また、資産運用、資金調達、学資ロ―ン、支払い処理、大学登録などに関するサ―ビスを展開する。 Nelnet, Inc. engages in the provision of education-related products and services, as well as loan asset management. It operates through the business following segments: Loan Systems & Servicing, Education Technology, Services and Payment Processing, Communications, and Asset Generation and Management. The System & Servicing segment specializes in student loan portfolio and the portfolios of third parties such as loan conversion activities, application processing, borrower updates, customer service, payment processing, due diligence procedures, funds management reconciliations, and claim processing. The Education Technology, Services and Payment Processing segment provides products and services to help students and families manage the payment of education costs at all levels, as well as school information system software for private and faith-based schools that help schools automate administrative processes such as admissions, scheduling, student billing, attendance, and grade book management. The Communications segment is the operation of Allo Communications LLC which provides pure optic service to homes and businesses for internet, broadband, television, and telephone services. The Asset Generation & Management segment is the acquisition, management, and ownership of student loan assets. The company was founded by Michael S. Dunlap and Stephen F. Butterfield in 1977 and is headquartered in Lincoln, NE.|
|本社所在地||121 South 13th Street Suite 100 Lincoln NE 68508 USA|
|代表者氏名||Michael S. Dunlap|
|代表者役職名||Executive Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Nelnet Inc. revenues increased 42% to $1.7B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 18% to $225.2M. Revenues reflect Tuition Payment Processing_Campus Commerce segment increase from $145.8M to $498.8M Asset Managment segment increase of 31% to $992.5M. Net income was partially offset by Salaries and benefits increase of 44% to $436.2M (expense).|
Goodbye, Nelnet — Everything You Need to Know About the Federal Student Loan Overhaul 2020/07/30 11:00:09 The Simple Dollar
In case you missed it, the U.S. Department of Education is making huge changes to the federal student loan servicing system next year. It’s part of Secretary Betsy DeVos’s Next Gen Federal Student Aid initiative, which aims to improve the borrowing and repayment experience. The system will become a single, centralized platform as early as December 2020 — when contracts end for current servicers like Nelnet and Great Lakes. To replace the old servicers, five new companies will shoulder most […] The post Goodbye, Nelnet — Everything You Need to Know About the Federal Student Loan Overhaul appeared first on The Simple Dollar .
The US Department of Education plans to reduce its 11 student loan services to 5 in December 2020/07/16 20:46:26 Business Insider
The US Department of Education plans to change several of the companies that work directly with borrowers on federal student loans in December. Borrowers assigned to servicers who will no longer be working with the DOE will have their student loans migrated to new servicers, including borrowers with loans serviced by Great Lakes and Nelnet. Five companies — Edfinancial, F.H. Cann & Associates, MAXIMUS, MOHELA, and Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation — will be the new servicers for all student loans. Loans currently serviced by these companies will remain there. Learn more about getting or refinancing a student loan with CommonBond » Many federal student loan borrowers will find that their student loan servicers won't be the same in 2021 as they were in 2020. In June, the US Department of Education outlined a plan to transition borrowers from 11 previous servicers to five new student loan servicers. Citing a need for better customer service, the department made contracts with three new student loan servicers and two existing servicers for the upcoming year.
Domina Law Group Files New Class Action Against Nelnet Over Student Loan Abuses 2020/06/17 18:43:00 PR Newswire
OMAHA, Neb., June 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Five student loan borrowers from Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Colorado, and Michigan have filed a comprehensive Class Action Lawsuit against Nelnet, Inc. and two of its subsidiaries. The Class Action – Case No. Case No. 4:20-CV-03069 – was filed on…
How to check and fix your credit if you've seen it drop since federal student loans went into forbearance 2020/05/21 21:45:45 Business Insider
In accordance with the CARES Act, federal student loans have been automatically put into forbearance, which should not affect borrowers' credit scores. However, Politico reports that student loan borrowers whose accounts were put into forbearance noticed their credit scores drop after a reporting error by student loan servicer Great Lakes. Great Lakes issued a statement via Twitter that it's working with the three credit reporting bureaus — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion — to correct the information. To avoid damage, student loan borrowers should check their credit scores and dispute any errors they see with the credit bureaus. Sign up for Personal Finance Insider's email newsletter here » Federal student loan borrowers should check their credit reports. Under the CARES Act, all federal student loans were put into forbearance as of March 13 through September. Automatic monthly payment deductions were stopped, and federal loans stopped accumulating interest. The federally mandated forbearance period shouldn't have affected credit scores.
U.S. bank regulator approves banking charters for Square Inc and Nelnet Inc 2020/03/18 20:45:03 Yahoo Finance
WASHINGTON, March 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on Wednesday approved separate applications by payment company Square Inc and student loan servicer Nelnet Inc to become banks under a special charter, the first time the agency has granted such licenses in over a decade.
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