Monday, November 19, 2018
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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

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

Funding Circle valued at £1.5bn following launch on London Stock Exchange

P2P lending platform Funding Circle has launched on the London Stock Exchange and pulled in £300m. Read more: fintech.global

P2P lending app Orca moves past crowdfunding goal

P2P lending app Orca has sailed past its £500,000 target for its crowdfunding campaign. Read more: fintech.global

P2P lender Funding Circle looks to a £300m IPO on London...

P2P lending platform Funding Circle is planning a £300m IPO on the London Stock Exchange, which could value the company at around $1.6bn. Read more: fintech.global

P2P lending platform Finzy closes pre-Series A on $2.3m

India-based P2P lending platform Finzy has raised an additional $1m to its pre-Series A round, bringing its total to $2.3m. Read more: fintech.global

Indonesia-based KoinWorks raises IDR 230bn ($15.7m) in Series A

Indonesia-based KoinWorks, an online P2P lending platform, has raised IDR 230bn ($15.7m) in its Series A round. Read more: fintech.global

Welendus looks to raise up to £850k in its latest crowdfunding...

P2P short-term lender Welendus is looking to raise £850,000 through another crowdfunding campaign. Read more: fintech.global

Kenyan FinTech Pezesha reportedly bags seed funding

Kenya-based P2P lending platform Pezesha has reportedly received an undisclosed strategic seed round of funding. Read more: fintech.global