Tuesday, April 23, 2024


Regulatory focus is critical for P2P lending’s success in India

Reduced regulatory and legal uncertainty in the nascent stage of an industry’s development allows firms to fine-tune their business models. Read more: blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com

First “Peer to Peer” Bank Raises $6m In Australia

The world’s “first peer to peer bank” has just departed stealth mode having received a $6 million investment to fuel the disruption of traditional banking. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

LendingClub and OnDeck will die in the next recession

LendingClub’s (and that of other p2p lenders) business model is a race against time, but without a finish line. Read more: seekingalpha.com

P2P lending: towards easy funding in India

The consultation paper on peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, released by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in late April, proposes a balanced approach. Read more: www.livemint.com

China is the biggest market in FinTech – the world just...

China is the biggest market in fintech but the world just doesn’t know it yet. It is true, take a look at the chart above. Read more: www.lendacademy.com

Regulating peer-to-peer lending businesses in Indonesia

Along with the development of technology in Indonesia, the financial sector is also apparently progressing toward a more practical and modern outlook. Read more: www.thejakartapost.com

P2P Lending in Singapore: MAS reveals approach

This week the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) revealed their approach to "securities crowdfunding". Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Fintech Startup LoanAdda ties up with Real Estate giant Unity Group

LoanAdda hopes to become a syndicate for the capital's biggest residential project Amaryllis, located in central Delhi, , real estate, property sector, startups. Read more: businessworld.in

FinTech startup lands $3m to automate payments

Paying Loans Sucks - FinTech Startup EarnUp Lands $3 Million To Intelligently Automate Payments. Read more: www.prnewswire.com

Peer-to-peer lenders ‘break advertising rules’, regulator warns

The Financial Conduct Authority has raised concerns about the advertising methods of some peer-to-peer companies. Read more: www.telegraph.co.uk