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A new course will run for 10 weeks, costing £2,500, and aims to teach future business people a broad range of skills around fintech.
Online lenders haven’t been verifying income and employment on their loans, and that should set alarm bells ringing
The lenders commonly approve loans despite errors, such as overstating income.
Online lending startups — once thought to be major disruptors to the traditional banks — are looking for new ways to boost revenues, and yield.
Prosper will be charging higher rates for loans.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders are creating online marketplaces that are pulling borrowers and investors away from traditional banks.