Saturday, November 18, 2017
Tags Online Lending

Tag: Online Lending

Two Fed studies disagree about online lending

As online lending increases in popularity, two recent Fed studies disagree about the state of alternative lending and the need for regulations Read more: www.pymnts.com

Marcus is still small, but looms large in Goldman’s future

Marcus, the lending platform launched a year ago by Goldman Sachs, is not yet bringing in real financial returns Rea more: bankinnovation.net

BlueVine brings in $130m in debt capital financing

BlueVine, a Redwood City, CA-based provider of working capital financing to SMEs, has secured up to $130m in debt capital financing. Read more: fintech.global

YOUNITED CREDIT nets €40m capital injection

Paris-based consumer lending platform YOUNITED CREDIT has received a €40m capital injection from existing and new investors. Read more: fintech.global

Neyber bags £115m in new financing round

UK-based personal finance platform Neyber has picked up £115m in its latest funding round. Read more: fintech.global

4thWay: comparison websites give inaccurate about P2P lending

4thWay Criticizes Competitors: “Comparison Websites Display Wildly Inaccurate Information About Peer-to-Peer Lending”
Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

Zopa announces loan sale pricing update following loan glitch

Online lender Zopa announced an update on its loan sale pricing. The lending platform reported that it has made some changes to how it works out Read more: www.crowdfundinsider.com

PayBreak scores £24.5m for latest funding round

UK-based point of sale lending platform PayBreak has scored a £24.5m funding round. Read more: fintech.global

Zopa establishes development center in Barcelona

Peer to peer lender Zopa has established a development center in Barcelona, Spain. Read more: fintechranking.com

FinTech charter should be paired with borrower protections

New FinTech competitors have challenged traditional banks with innovative, customer-friendly online applications and quick loan decisions. Read more: www.americanbanker.com