Roundup of Social Lending News – November 12, 2011

Every Saturday I bring you the latest news from the world of peer to peer lending. These are the best of the news articles and blog posts from around the web that I shared on Twitter this past week.

It seems that this past week was blogger update week with several bloggers providing updates on their Lending Club investments. But the most tweeted story of the week was probably the short article on one of Reuters blogs about Lending Club and the anger consumers have about big banks. Smart Peer Lending continues to do some interesting analysis although we are still awaiting details on how he has created his algorithms. Have a good weekend.

The White Coat Investor – 10 Things You Need To Know About Peer to Peer Lending

Myintroducer.com (UK) – RateSetter concludes funding round

Sweating the Big Stuff – Paying Off Loans Too Early Hurts My Lending Club Returns

Five Cent Nickel – Lending Club Update – October 2011

Smart Peer Lending – IMPROVING INVESTMENT RETURNS USING DEFAULT PREDICTION

Reuters Media File – Lending Club taps into consumer ire

Yes, I am Cheap – Make Money From Me Right Now!

Narrow Bridge Finance – Social Lending Options

P2P Lending News – My Lending Club Performance – November 2011 Update

Michael Grabowski – October Lending Club Update

Bible Money Matters – Lending Club Returns Now At 11.03%: Lending Club Return On Investment (ROI) – How Do You Measure It?

Xconomy – The Wisdom of the Crowd: Social Networking Meets Capital Formation

Authority Empire – Considering Peer-to-Peer Loans for Credit Card Debt

  • Peter Renton is the chairman and co-founder of LendIt Fintech, the world’s first and largest digital media and events company focused on fintech. Peter has been writing about fintech since 2010 and he is the author and creator of the Fintech One-on-One Podcast, the first and longest-running fintech interview series. Peter has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The New York Times, CNBC, CNN, Fortune, NPR, Fox Business News, the Financial Times, and dozens of other publications.