Monthly Archives: December 2021

More Zopa P2P Withdrawal Fallout – Plus Loan Offer Latest

Following yesterday’s News item on Zopa’s withdrawal from the peer-to-peer lending market, Money&Co.’s founder and CDEO, Nicola Horlick, features in a round-up pf reactions, published by our friends at P2P Finance News. After 16 years, Zopa is exiting the peer-to-peer lending space, leaving an enormous gap in the market and raising questions about the future of consumer […]

Mainstream And Alternative Finance Sectors Continue Down Convergence Path

Today we bring news of the latest step along the evolutionary path that is bringing convergence between mainstream finance and the alternative-finance sector. Our friends at Altfi report a significant development: The pioneer of peer-to-peer lending Zopa is to shut its P2P platform after 16 years in a bid to focus on its growing bank and credit […]

FinTechs Find Tech Revolution Tough Going – Plus Loan Latest

Perhaps the financial mainstream isn’t alone in struggling to keep up with the pace of change in the FinTech revolution. Our friends at The Fintech Times report: 48% of fintechs’ data security is struggling to keep pace with innovation and digital transformation; a new report by Veritas Technologies has found. In the accelerated switch to meet the […]

Bid Process, Managed Portfolio Option – And A-Rated, 7% Yield Loan Latest

Our latest loan offering, A-rated and yielding seven per cent, is currently 15 per cent filled. As it attracts bids from registered lenders the opportunity to review that bid process presents itself. Some of our lenders have been rather passive – they have parked cash in their accounts without allocating it to a loan. That […]