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P2P Lending

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3 Ways FinTech Is Disrupting The Indian Lending Space

3 Ways FinTech Is Disrupting The Indian Lending Space
Fintech companies today are introducing a gamut of financial services comprising basic banking functions, lending, payment solutions, personal wealth-management and analytics-backed financial advisory services. The Indian fintech sector saw investments upwards of $1.6 billion in 2016 and has been growing at a steady rate,...

China, Blockchain & The Holy Grail of Marketplace Lending

China, Blockchain & The Holy Grail of Marketplace Lending
When one of the world's largest corporations gets together with one of its largest peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, you can almost hear the market sit up. That's what happened last week, when Chinese conglomerate Foxconn joined forces with P2P lender Dianrong to launch a blockchain platform...

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending: Banking Without Banks

P2P Lending
Sharing is a good thing, we learned in kindergarten, but that wisdom was soon called into question by the grown-up world of getting and spending. Now, new age capitalism has spun out a wonderful invention: the “sharing economy,” which holds out the promise of...

Marketplace lending will survive and thrive, says Deloitte

Marketplace lending will survive and thrive, says Deloitte
New report from Deloitte sees marketplace lenders maturing, argues they could serve as credit cycle indicator. The latest report from Deloitte on the marketplace lending sector in the US sees a brightening future for the industry, suggesting that it will become increasingly intertwined within the...

Dubai regulates its first P2P lender

Dubai P2P
Dubai-based Beehive has become the first P2P lending platform to be authorised and regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). Beehive launched in 2014 and was founded by serial entrepreneur, Craig Moore, along with Rick Pudner, former Group CEO of Emirates NBD. The platform claims to...

Finance and Technology  – The Coming Tsunami

Fintech Tsunami
Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan famously remarked to his wall street colleagues “Silicon Valley is coming to eat our lunch”. The anxiousness of disruption (by startups) at the corridor of large global banks is palpable. Different banks are reacting to this is in different...
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