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European Online Lender October Makes it on French Tech Next40 Ranking 2021 which lists Most Promising Startups and Unicorns

European online lender October notes that on February 8, 2020, they got a very good surprise when they found out that they had been ranked in the French Tech Next40 2021 ranking. October had also been recognized for its services in 2020, but claims it… Read More

Croatian P2P Lending Platform Robo.cash to Offer Interest Rates of Up to 12.7%, Secondary Market Updates Announced

Croatian peer to peer lender Robo.cash has revealed that it’s offering new interest rates “up to 12.7%” and has also updated its secondary market. The Robo.cash team confirmed that they’re offering a new product line with rates “ranging from 11% to 12.7%.” The P2P platform’s… Read More

UK’s Prime Property Lending Platform CapitalRise has Reportedly Completed £6.7 Million Facility for Holborn Office Conversion

CapitalRise, a UK-based prime property lending platform, has reportedly advanced a £6.7 million loan to local property developer Elleric. The loan was provided for the acquisition and development of an office building into eight luxury residential apartments located at Breams Buildings in Holborn (in central… Read More

Crypto.com Exchange Lending Announces BTC as a Loan Currency

Hong Kong-based Crypto.com announced on Wednesday its Exchange Lending users may now secure a BTC loan by borrowing against their crypto and access a loan-to-value (LTV) ratio of up to 50%. According to Crypto.com, Lending allows users to monetize their cryptocurrency assets without any need of… Read More

Lending as a Service Provider Trade Ledger Secures £13.5M in Capital via Series A led by Point72 Ventures

Trade Ledger, which provides a Lending-as-a-Service (LaaS) platform, has secured £13.5 million in capital through a Series A round that was led by Point72 Ventures. Foundation Capital, Court Lorenzini, and Hambro Perks also took part in the round. Trade Ledger aims to assist lenders with… Read More

Yann Murciano: CEO at P2P Property Lender Blend Network Reveals how Company Managed to Grow Operations even During COVID-19 Crisis

We recently connected with Yann Murciano, CEO at online peer to peer lender Blend Network, who had previously explained in an interview with CI last year that we’re witnessing the “democratization of property investing” in the 21st century. As covered in December 2020, the Blend… Read More

Fintech Firm Blend Explains how Relationship Banking can be “Reframed” for an “Increasingly Digital” Environment following COVID Outbreak

San Francisco-based Blend, which claims to offer market-leading digital lending technology that makes the process of acquiring a loan simpler, faster, and safer, recently shared key insights on “reframing relationship banking for an increasingly digital world.” Fintech firm Blend, which recently acquired $300 million in… Read More

European Online Lending Platform October Warns Financial Crimes are on the Rise following COVID Outbreak including Money Mules

European online lender October recently alerted consumers about the money muling fraud. The company explained what usually takes place when bad actors carry out these fraudulent activities and shares tips to avoid getting scammed. October notes that if you’re being offered “opportunities” to make easy… Read More

Marlette Funding Unveils New Best Egg Lending Products

Marlette Funding, LLC, an online consumer lending platform, service provider, announced on Thursday it is expanding its Best Egg suite of lending products, including the addition of a new credit card program in 2021. According to Marlette Funding, the new Visa credit card will offer… Read More

Croatian P2P Lender Robo.cash Reports that Volumes of Alternative Lending in Developing Nations Have been Growing Steadily

Peer to peer lending marketplace Robo.cash has noted that the volumes of alternative lending in developing nations have been “growing yearly by 25% since 2017.” The Robo.cash team confirms in an update that funding from European investors has been “an important contributor” to the rise… Read More

European Online Lending Marketplace Mintos Releases First Update of its Risk Scores based on Q3 2020 Data

Peer to peer lending marketplace Mintos has confirmed that the first update of its Mintos Risk Scores is now live and accessible. The European loan marketplace provider notes that it’s sharing the first quarterly Mintos Risk Score update “since this numerical model for evaluating risk… Read More

Malaysia based P2P Supply Chain Financing Platform, CapBay, Secures $20M with KK Fund as Returning Investor

Malaysia-based CapBay, a peer to peer (P2P) supply chain financing platform, has reportedly acquired $20 million in capital via its Series A round. CapBay’s investment round saw contributions from existing investor KK Fund, a Singapore-headquartered VC firm that makes investments in startups or early-stage initiatives… Read More

San Francisco based Fintech Blend Explains how their Software Facilitates Better Online Lending Processes

San Francisco-based Blend, which claims to offer market-leading digital lending technology that makes the process of acquiring a loan simpler, faster, and safer, has shared insights on how to unlock better online lending development with their products. Blend acknowledges that creating useful financial products can… Read More

European Loan Marketplace Mintos to Enhance Default Diversification for Custom Automated Strategies

Peer to peer lending marketplace Mintos notes that it will be improving “default diversification” for custom automated strategies on its platform. The Mintos team confirms that they currently provide several ways to invest. According to the lending platform’s developers, these strategies “give investors extra control… Read More

EstateGuru Reveals it Closed 2020 with Solid Results During December with Platform Investors Financing €18.3M in Loans

EstateGuru, an Estonia-based peer to peer lender facilitating secured loans, has revealed that it closed 2020 with solid results and performance in December during which the platform’s investors financed a total of €18.3 million worth of loans. EstateGuru confirmed in its loan portfolio overview for… Read More

Payment Fintech dLocal Teams Up With Lending Platform Dinie to Bring “Pay Later” Option to Brazilian SMEs

  dLocal, a U.S.-based cross-border payment platform, announced on Tuesday it has formed a new partnership with online lender Dinie to allow global merchants to offer installment payments to their customers in Brazil as a form of small business lending. According to dLocal, this collaboration… Read More

Nearly €400M Invested via European P2P Lending Platform Bondora, with Almost €50M in Returns Paid to Investors in Past 12 Years: Report

Bondora, a European peer to peer (P2P) lending platform, acknowledges that 2020 was a “rollercoaster ride,” but they’re pleased to confirm that they ended the year off “on a high.” Bondora recently revealed that its December 2o20 investments reached €7,043,525.00— which was reportedly the 4th… Read More

Online SME Lender October Raises €295 Million, as of Dec 2020, to Finance Businesses, the Largest Amount it has Ever Raised

Europe-based online SME lender October says there’s probably no need to describe or go over how our lives have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. October claims that they had to “become economists, epidemiologists, and politicians” in order to cope with the challenges created by… Read More

UK based Property Finance Platform LendInvest Claims it’s Well-Prepared to Deal with New COVID-19 Lockdown Measures

UK-based LendInvest, a property finance platform, has reportedly told its investors that it’s well-prepared to deal with new lockdown measures. This, after making upgrades to its business processes, risk mitigation efforts and various financial metrics during the lockdown enforced in March of last year. The… Read More

Fintech Infrastructure Developer Alchemy Partners Plaid to Help Businesses with Account and Asset Verification

Alchemy Technologies, an established Fintech infrastructure development firm headquartered in Utah, has teamed up with financial technology firm Plaid, which provides a data network that powers the software tools that millions of consumers are using to “improve their financial lives.” Alchemy is notably one of… Read More

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