The Daily Dig for Friday, March 17

NZ P2P fears coming correction

Squirrel Group’s $5 million private equity crowdfunding offering in New Zealand is at risk due to a coming correction in New Zealand’s housing market, Fiona Rotherham reports.

Indian IT giant launches Norwegian P2P service

Tata Consultancy Services has launched a marketplace lending service in Norway for DNB, Norway’s largest financial services group. Jochelle Mendonca reports.

P2P investors experiencing volatility

Fluctuating share prices in 2016 are bringing stress to people investing in marketplace lending funds. Ed Monk reports.

Misunderstanding affecting post-IPO P2P valuations

Being a new industry, marketplace lending does not have a lengthy history for analysts to turn to when assessing the health of a company. That affects there valuations, Mike Lobanov believes.

Zopa introducing new product range

The new ranges cater to different risk tolerances, Rozi Jones reports.

Vietnamese fin-tech raises $28M from Goldman Sachs-led group

Goldman Sachs likes Momo so much they came back for a second funding round, Nguyen Thi Bich Ngoc reports.