European Peer-to-Peer Lending 2014: How Banks, Professional Investors and Finance Groups Can Make Money

  • ID: 2758004
  • February 2014
  • Region: Europe
  • 350 Pages
  • Ian Youngman
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By 2015, peer-to-peer lending will be worth £50 billion a year in loans.

Much has been written about why peer-to-peer lending can be good for consumers and lenders.

But individuals are not the ones making or who could make big money out of this new lending sector.

The real winners are professional investors, hedge funds, venture capitalists, banks and other financial services groups by:

- Investing in platforms
- Offering large loans to platforms
- Buying loans from platforms
- Selling on and securitizing packages of loans
- Secondary markets in loans
- Selling services to platforms
- Offering banking licenses to platforms
- Sending riskier loan enquiries to platforms
- Setting up their own platforms
- Transforming payday lenders into peer lending platforms
- Specialist hedge funds
- Offering loans to employees
- Venture capital investment

Peer to peer lending is an increasingly popular way of financing projects, business ideas, and personal loans.

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