• Aug. 23, 2017, 8:39 am

The Daily Dig for Wednesday, July 23

Startup funding methods compared, contrasted

Crowdfunding?  Angel investors? Venture capital?  Conner Forrest analyzes the different funding methods.

Which is better for investors – P2P or equity crowdfunding?

If you are considering investing in alternative finance, you should know the different characteristics of each one.  Nick Harding compares peer-to-peer lending and equity crowdfunding from an investor’s perspective.

Major Asian real estate crowdfunding event summarized

The recently concluded Expo for Property Investment and Crowdfunding drew more than 500 delegates over two days.  Read a synopsis of the event here.

Big banks wooing unprofitable customers

Trying to generate some good will at a time they are facing regulatory scrutiny and bazillions in fines, banks are designing products catering to those they showed little interest in before.  Dealbook investigates.

Dealstruck beefs up management team

P2P platform Dealstruck hopes a trio of hires will allow it to continue impressive growth.  JD Alois has the details.

Big bank subsidy may have shrunk

An upcoming report from the Government Accountability Office may disclose the subsidies enjoyed by the biggest banks may have shrunk at least temporarily.  Donna Borak and Victoria Finkle report.

Elizabeth Warren on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Senator Elizabeth Warren describes a meeting with a gentleman who used a threat of a complaint to the CFPB to get an unreasonable charge reversed.  Senator Warren speaks more on the topic here.

 

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