Tag Archives: Cubism Law

Debt Vs Equity For SMEs Explored And Explained

SME Insider is almost always an engaging read. This week it carries a mini-profile of small-business owner Oliver Southern, a London-based entrepreneur who started his career at one of the world’s biggest technology companies. Oliver is the force behind Chored, an app for house shares. “It lets users split and pay bills (including rent and […]

Problem Solving And Financing For SMEs Revisted

It was a real pleasure to help design the agenda for the recent conference, Alternative Finance: New Solutions To Old Problems. The event was sponsored by Cubism Law, which played a leading role in framing the terms of the conference. Following Cubism Law’s lead was a host of significant players in the alternative finance sector, […]

P2P: Of Borrowers, Barbers And Beer – Plus Conference Latest

Today, as promised, we run the second part of accountant Mandy Mitten’s appraisal of the state of the peer-to-peer crowdfunding loan market, as published in Bytestart. “Since 2014, the industry has seen regulation by the FCA. Lending companies must adhere to Principles for Business, preparations must be in place in case any platform should go […]