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Lending Startups Hone Their Focus

By Telis Demos for WSJ Venture Capital

Silicon Valley once threw money at startups that aimed to disrupt broad swaths of finance. Now it is rewarding those that have sharpened their focus. (more…)

Analytics, Fintech news, Global trends, Government activities, p2p-payments, p2p/online lending

April 27, 2016

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Debt market opens to P2P loans

By Sara Toth Stub for Tradestreaming

Last week British investor Fintex Capital issued the first Euro-denominated bond backed by marketplace loans. Like traditional bonds, it can trade through Euroclear and carries an International Securities Identification Number, but it is backed by a bundle of unsecured online loans to consumers, part of a rising phenomenon known as peer-to-peer, or marketplace lending. (more…)

Fintech news, Global trends, p2p-payments, p2p/online lending

April 1, 2016

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Online Loans for Students

Pioneering new opportunities in the online student lending industry

Read our full research “Money of the Future”. Download PDF (20MB) (more…)

Fintech news, Global trends, Hotnews, p2p/online lending

March 16, 2016

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India’s online financial marketplace BankBazaar expands into Singapore

By Sainul Abudheen K for e27.com

It is also looking at other growth markets in Asia, including Malaysia, the Philippines and the UAE (more…)

Banks, Fintech news, India, Malaysia, p2p/online lending, Philippines, Singapore

February 23, 2016

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So far, so good

By the Economist journal,

WHEN a financial firm boasts of offering the biggest loans at the lowest rates with the slimmest collateral, it has either devised the underwriting equivalent of a better mousetrap or is setting itself up for an almighty fall. (more…)

Fintech news

January 15, 2016

Kabbage Vs. OnDeck: Which is Best for Your Small Business?

By Rieva Lesonsky for Fundera Ledger,

If you’re a small business owner trying to secure a small business loan, the good news is you have more options available to you than ever before. In fact, sometimes you might feel as if you have so many choices, it’s hard to determine the best source of financing. In this article, I’ll try to help out by taking a closer look at two very popular alternative financing sources, Kabbage and OnDeck, and when it comes to Kabbage vs. OnDeck, how they differ.  (more…)

Fintech news, SME

January 9, 2016

Amazon is offering customers loans — and high street retailers should be worried

By Max Slater-Robins for Business insider magazine,

Amazon UK is now offering a monthly pay-back option on items worth over £400 ($590),according to the company’s website. (more…)

Analytics, Cashless

January 4, 2016

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CommonBond Goes From Disruptor to Player

CRAINSNEWYORK: What if there were a $1 trillion-plus market so riven with inefficiencies and overburdened with regulation that even the most powerful companies inside it had grown eager to partner with the startups seeking to disrupt it? Welcome to the world of student loans.

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Fintech news, p2p/online lending

February 5, 2015