• Dec. 8, 2016, 9:53 pm

The Daily Dig for Friday, January 15

Renaud Laplanche has no regrets

Since going public, Lending Club has had a tough go in some respects, as its share price has tumbled. There are many encouraging signs, however, and Renaud Laplanche shares them with Maria Aspan.

Top 3 US big banks gobbled up $6B in fees in 2015

The average American adult paid $25 in ATM and overdraft fees last year, writes Heather Long.

Ingenico using biometrics to aid African financial inclusion

Ingenico technology uses biometrics at ATMs and it is helping improve financial inclusion in Africa, writes David Heun.

Is anyone actually using fin-tech?

That is the question many in the mainstream are asking as they compare hype to substance. Oscar Williams-Grut reports.

RealtyMogul continues to grow

RealtyMogul has grown from its first deal, a $110,000 loan, into a platform with more than 20,000 users. Jillian Helman discusses that growth with Danielle Balbi.

Equity crowdfunders report strong 2015

Several international equity crowdfunders reported strong 2015 results. Ron Finberg provides a summary.

 

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