Consumer and business loan origination systems designed for community and regional banks and finance companies

Community and regional banks, as well as finance companies, have always filled a unique lending niche in the areas they serve. But competition from national and international banks, along with regulatory and compliance scrutiny, is increasing all the time. By developing loan decisioning and tracking tools that rival those used by larger financial institutions, Mark IV®  and BizMark® help level the playing fields for consumer and business lending. Mark IV is consumer and mortgage loan automation software that supports both direct and indirect lending. BizMark handles small business lending from every angle.

Mark IV® and BizMark® Features


Supports auto/RV, motorcycle and boat loans, credit cards, home equity loans (HELOC), debt consolidation, installment loans and second/third mortgages for consumer as well as term loans, lines of credit, leases, credit cards, commercial mortgages and user-defined credit types for small business lending


Processes credit applications from receipt through investigation, debt reconciliation and decisioning to point of funding


Web App allows applicants, branch, call center personnel or indirect agents to submit loan requests from any computer at any time, day or night. This additional application channel can significantly increase your application volume by increasing overall accessibility to your customers


Scalable to be as robust as needed with optional modules for core system import interface, document preparation, embedded geocoder, indirect finance, mortgage processing, new account setup, OFAC compliance and vehicle valuation

Benefits of Mark IV® and BizMark®

Discover how MeridianLink’s pioneering solutions can improve efficiency and increase your customer satisfaction.

Contact us today for a complete capabilities demonstration and let us show you why our entire suite of innovative services has broad support among leading credit unions, retail banks, consumer reporting agencies and other established financial institutions.
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