Tagged: online lending

U.S. Fintech & Digital Mortgage Lender Neat Capital Hits $2 Billion of Annualized Applications

Neat Capital, a U.S.-based fintech and digital mortgage lender, announced on Friday it surpassed $2 billion of annualized application volume. Founded in 2015, Neat Capital states it is streamlining home lending with an online application and real-time loan approval. “Today, Neat Capital has redesigned the… Read More

Santander Bank Announces Partnership With Roostify For Digital Home Lending Platform

Santander Bank announced on Thursday it has joined forces with Roostify for its digital home lending platform, EZApply. According to Santander, the platform provides a “convenient” way for customers to apply for the bank’s home lending services. Santander further explained that the platform offers a… Read More

Accelerated Payments Reports €210 million Worth of Invoice Financing on Third Anniversary

Accelerated Payments reports that it has advanced €210 million worth of invoice financing as it celebrates its third anniversary in operation.  Accelerated Payments, and invoice financing platform, claims to be the fastest-growing Fintech in Europe. Meanwhile, the company is planning to set up shop in… Read More

LendingClub: Research Indicates Consumers Pay Personal Loans Before Credit Cards, Reports that Repayment Rates are High

LendingClub (NYSE:LC), a top marketplace lender serving consumers, says two recent studies indicate that personal loan payments take priority over paying off credit cards. Of course, this is good news for LendingClub – a long time advocate of cheaper personal loans versus expensive credit card… Read More

China: WeiyangX Fintech Review

Cloud Computing PaaS Startup BoCloud Completes Series D Round of financing On September 17th, cloud computing PaaS [platform as a service] and multi-cloud management startup BoCloud announced the completion of its series D round of financing. The investment was provided by Guoxin Venture Capital, Xinhuan… Read More

Online Lender October Financed 100 Projects during July and August 2020, On Track to Finance 1000th Project by Next Month

October, a leading European online lender, notes that in the past 5 years, it has issued over 450 million euros in loans to different companies. The marketplace lender reveals that 100 projects, or 10% of all projects that have received loans through its platform, were… Read More

India’s Consumer Lending Platform ZestMoney CEO Reveals Country’s Severe Lockdowns led to “Almost Complete Cessation” of Economic Activity

Lizzie Chapman, CEO and co-founder at ZestMoney, which claims to be one of the largest and fastest-growing Fintech firms in India, recently discussed what she considers the future of lending in a post COVID world. She acknowledges that this has been one of the most… Read More

US Online Lending Sector May Have Performed Better than Expected, with Many Borrowers Making Timely Repayments

The online or digital lending sector has been criticized for its inability to scale effectively or to be able to endure challenging environments like those created due to COVID-19. However, it now appears that overall credit quality, through online lenders, has performed better than some… Read More

SoFi Uploads $19 Billion of Loan Data to dv01

dv01, a data platform for online lending, has received a significant boost as SoFi is uploading $19 billion worth of  SoFi student loan securitization to the platform. According to a note from the company, the new partnership is a “big step forward” regarding lending transparency… Read More

UK’s P2P Lender Folk2Folk Remains Confident it will Be Approved to Issue Loans Under CBILS Scheme

UK-based Folk2Folk, a peer to peer lender supporting local and rural businesses, has confirmed that it’s still confident that it will be approved to begin lending under the country’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS), even though the application deadline will come at the end… Read More

Germany: SME Lender Creditshelf on Track for Substantial Growth During 2020

creditshelf Aktiengesellschaft, a marketplace lender serving German SMEs, reports that growth remains robust for its platform even during the ongoing COVID-19 challenge. According to creditshelf, a solid Q2 led to significant revenue growth of 41.6% during the first six months of 2020 when compared to… Read More

Funding Societies Announces Executive Changes Including New CFO, CTO and CPO

Funding Societies, an SME digital financing platform has updated much of its executive team. According to a note from the company, Frank Stevenaar joins as the Fintech’s first Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Nihit Nirmal takes on the role as Chief Product Officer (CPO), and Ishan… Read More

P2P Lender Fvndit Receives $30 Million Debt Financing for SMEs in Vietnam

Fvndit, Inc. (pronounced “fundit”), a California/Vietnam-based Fintech has received a $30 million investment of debt financing led by Accial Capital and Variant Investments. Fvndit operates a wholly-owned subsidiary, eLoan, JSC, an online peer-to-peer marketplace in Vietnam. Fvndit reports that SMEs account for 41% of Vietnam’s… Read More

Biz2Credit’s Latest Small Business Lending Index Reveals: Small Business Loan Approval Rates at Banks Fell in August 2020

Small business funding platform Biz2Credit announced on Tuesday its latest Small Business Lending Index has been released and revealed small business loan approval percentages at big banks ($10 billion+ in assets) and small banks dropped slightly in August 2020, an indication that the upward trend… Read More

Online SME Lender Funding Circle Confirms BBLS and CBILS Loan Schemes Ending Soon, Explains How to Apply

Funding Circle (LSE: FCH), an SME lender that facilitates loans in both the US and parts of Europe, notes that the Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) will be ending in early November of this year. The BBLS has been provided via the British Business Bank… Read More

UK’s Digital Bank and Online Lender Zopa Begins Accepting Credit Card Applications

UK-based Zopa, a digital bank and online lender, has reportedly started accepting credit card applications, as it continues to expand its line of products and services. The company is offering a credit card with annual percentage rates starting from 9.9%, however, there’s a representative APR… Read More

Online P2P Lender Robo.cash Claims it’s Still Profitable, Despite COVID-19 related Issues, and Is Preparing for IPO in Dec 2020 in Australia

Online peer to peer (P2P) lender Robo.cash is reportedly getting ready to conduct its initial public offering (IPO) in Australia in December of this year. Robocash Group, which is the parent company of Europe based P2P lender Robo.cash, will be the next Fintech service provider… Read More

Five Things You Should Know if You’re Building Products to Improve Financial Wellbeing

Expand your business’ impact by designing smarter products that benefit customers Building great financial products should follow the same basic rules as building any other solid products. However, this post will go beyond the basics and discuss how we can build financial products to improve… Read More

Fintech Lenders in India are Trying to Implement RBI’s One-Time Loan Restructuring Scheme

Fintech lenders in India are reportedly looking for ways to implement the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) loan restructuring scheme. Non-bank Indian companies and online lending platforms are trying to rework their loan collection and overall business strategies, according to the ET, which cited sources… Read More

U.S. Small Business Lender LendingUSA Scores $200 Million Investment Commitment From Atalaya

LendingUSA, a U.S.-based fintech lender that provides loans to small businesses ranging from $1000 to $35,000, announced on Thursday it secured a $200 million investment commitment from Atalaya Capital Management, a New York-based privately held investment advisory firm. As previously reported, LendingUSA specializes in point… Read More

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