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.
We have quite a variety of articles for you this week. As usual there are a couple of interesting posts from Anil of Random Thoughts. There was a couple of Lending Club updates from prominent bloggers, my guest post on LearnBonds, a paper from the UC Davis Law Review from last year which I found very interesting. The last article I want to mention is from Marc at Lending Club Experience. After almost a year Marc has decided to liquidate his Lending Club investments and end his experiment with investing via the trading platform. He says he will be back again in the future and I certainly hope he is. I know I have learned a great deal from Marc about secondary market trading and I have appreciated him sharing his findings with us. Enjoy your weekend.
Forbes – Thomson-Reuters Director Doubles Down On Lending Club
Financial Times (UK) – Social lending cuts out the banks
My Dollar Plan – Are You Still Using Lending Club?
Random Thoughts – Lending Club Loan Amount: Defaults for Loans with < 8% Interest Rate
LearnBonds – What’s Holding People Back from Peer to Peer Lending?
UC Davis Law Review (PDF) – The Misregulation of Person-to- Person Lending
Indiegogo – p2ploanstats.com funding campaign
Lazy Man and Money – Lending Club Update – July 2012
Lending Club Experience – One Year of Lending Club: The (Getting) Ins and (Getting) Outs of Lending Club
Random Thoughts – Lending Club Loan Amount and Interest Rate
Financial Mail (South Africa) – Social Lending: Bypassing the Bank