P2P lending hits a speed bump
The P2P lending sector is slowing, but it remains appealing in an era of zero interest rates, says David Stevenson.
The demise of Lendy, and why P2P can’t reinvent the basics of finance
If you are offered a temptingly high return on anything, says Merryn Somerset Webb, it is because it is illiquid and risky. That’s something that inve…
Peer-to-peer: cutting out the middleman could cost you
There are a vast array of peer-to-peer lending sites. That’s why you need a company to help research and collate the ones that might suit you.
P2P car loans for subprime borrowers
A peer-to-peer platform, Buy2Let Cars, claims investors can get a bumper return from leasing cars to people with less-than-perfect credit histories.
FCA threatens clampdown on P2P lending
Regulators are considering making peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding less accessible to investors who aren’t professional or very rich, says David …
Two P2P lenders with tempting rates
David C Stevenson looks at two P2P lenders who warrant attention from investors in search of a decent yield.