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P2P lender PeopleFund bags $11m in Series B

South Korea-based PeopleFund, a P2P loan platform, has raised $11m in its Series B round of funding. Read more: fintech.global

PNC Bank teams with OnDeck to streamline SME financing

Starting in 2019, PNC Bank will offer digital business lines of credit up to USD 100,000 within one to three business days. Read more: www.thepaypers.com

Kashable collects $100m credit facility from MidCap Financial

Kashable, an alternative consumer lending service, has raised $100m through a credit facility from MidCap Financial. Read more: fintech.global

Funding Circle updates on US Loans in Form D Filed with...

Funding Circle (LSE:FCH), the now publicly traded peer to peer lending company based in the UK, has long operated a US subsidiary providing Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

LandlordInvest launches pre-Series A through crowdfunding platform

P2P lending platform LandlordInvest has launched a pre-Series A round of funding via the crowdfunding platform CrowdCube. Read more: fintech.global

Mintos surpasses €1bn milestone in loans funded

Mintos, an online marketplace for loans, has topped € 1 billion in total loans funded after three and a half years of operation. Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Mines raises $13m in its Series A round led by The...

Mines, a digital platform designed to help financial institutions in emerging markets offer customers credit products, has raised $13m in its Series A. Read more: fintech.global

Dianrong said to raise $40m in funding, months after bagging $70m

Dianrong, an online lending marketplace, has reportedly raised another $40m in funding, just months after bagging $70m. Read more: fintech.global

Brazil-based Nexoos said to raise $530k pre-Series A

Brazil-based P2P SME lender Nexoos has reportedly raised around $530,00 in pre-Series A funding. Read more: fintech.global

Black Dragon sells stake in Indus to Ebix for $29m

Private equity firm Black Dragon Capital has sold its share in Indus Software Technologies to Ebix, in a deal worth $29m. Read more: fintech.global