Earnest, a fintech startup that has raised more than $100 million in equity funding, is working with Barclays to find a buyer, per Bloomberg. The company is also seeking to raise an additional $50 million of equity funding at the same time, according to The Information. If unable to raise the capital, the provider of online personal loans and refinancing services hopes to fetch $200 million in a sale. That figure is lower than its previous valuation, also per The Information. Earnest is backed by investors including Andreessen Horowitz, First Round Capital and Battery Ventures.