Tag Archives: KPMG

FinTech Sector Has $825M Funding Gap To Fill

The FinTech sector’s start-ups will need to raise £825m to see out the Covid-19 pandemic, according to KPMG’s new research report. KPMG takes a look at the leeway – the cash safety belt – it believes companies will need in times of low activity. Our friends at P2P Finance News take up the story. The […]

P2P: UK Leads Europe – Plus Loan Latest

Fund management magazine, AlphaQ, runs a reprise of recently published research from KPMG and platform TWINO. The news paints a picture of a robust industry. “The report shows that the UK still leads the way in alternative finance, with four times higher volumes in aggregate than the rest of Continental Europe. Despite this, the key […]

SME Funding ‘Still Below Pre-Crisis Levels’ – KPMG

Today, an opinion piece from KPMG offers this somewhat depressing news: “Lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has never returned to its pre-financial crisis levels. Peter Tuvey, co-founder and managing partner of Fleximize, a UK-based alternative business lender, discusses the bank referral scheme and how alternative finance can benefit SMEs. “Earlier this month, the government’s […]