Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·September 27, 2014·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Saturday, Sept. 27 ShareTweetShareSubmit Today’s Daily Dig parks it across the pond before taking a quip trip to New Zealand before returning to the USA while avoiding O’Hare/Midway. United Kingdom P2P FAQ’s YourMoney.com has answers to common questions asked by people considering investing in peer-to-peer loans for the first time. Read them here. Meanwhile back in Ireland… Consider the Irish collectively unsure of this P2P business. Michael Hennigan delves into research to find out why. Zopa creating awareness by giving away money Zopa staffers gave away money trees to London commuters recently. BT dares them to try that late at night in the New York subway. Read more here. Brit regulators mulling Forex investigation Government regulators are meeting with big banks to discuss a Forex-rigging investigation that will last months. Read the WSJ report here. Suber predicts NZ P2P expansion Prosper’s Ron Suber tells New Zealanders to expect peer-to-peer lending opportunities related to real estate, student loans and insurance in the years ahead. Interest.co.nz has more. Fundrise Series 1 up to $38 million New investors include Guggenheim Partners while Renren is a big backer. Deborah Gage has more on the rise of Fundrise.See alsoDecember 17, 2015Transpay preaches iteration and agile design to keep pace with customer demands Equity crowdfunding’s early returns analyzed Kay Koplovitz takes a look at first year data to see how equity crowdfunding is faring. Thomas Hoenig not letting up on big banks Thomas Hoenig has long been critical of how big banks operate. That hasn’t changed, Ryan Tracy discovered. Holder departure may be good for banks Some believe pressure on big banks will ease with Eric Holder’s departure. Johanna Bennett explains why.