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Borrowers Love Nonbank Lenders — But Still Want Banks in Their Lives

Borrowers Love Nonbank Lenders — But Still Want Banks in Their Lives

by October 27, 2016 at 12:50 pm 1 comment

Americans are quite happy to look at nonbank lenders for their borrowing needs, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they distrust banks. A recent J.D. Power survey of small business owners released some startling figures — startling to banks, that is. Most borrowers, specifically small-business borrowers, consider nonbank lending options for their financingRead More

Fintech Funding on Track for 36% Bump; ‘Transparency’ as a Business Model

Fintech Funding on Track for 36% Bump; ‘Transparency’ as a Business Model

by September 27, 2016 at 9:59 am 1 comment

Fintech is on pace to best venture capital 2015 fundraising by 36% this year as startups focus on transparency and ease-of-use to disrupt the incumbents. Last year, VCs poured $11.9 billion into the sector, Bruce Taragin, managing partner, Blumberg Capital, said at a recent gathering at Columbia Law School inRead More