Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·April 17, 2016·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Sunday, April 17 ShareTweetShareSubmit BlackRock buying P2P loans BlackRock bought £12.7M of Funding Circle shares in December, and now offers retail investors exposure to the sector via an actively managed product. Aime Williams reports. Big banks still risky but facing fractured opposition Many big banks do not have credible survival plans and there needs to be a more coordinated effort to get them to change, writes Eleanor Bloxham. TBTF alive and well – Hoenig The failure of several big banks to do better has Thomas Hoenig watching them closely, writes Barney Jopson.See alsoMarch 17, 2018International payments capability an underrated component of expansion Fickle institutions force P2P’s to widen capital search Marketplace lenders have welcomes institutional capital with open arms, but as those institutions pull back, the fintechs have to look elsewhere, and that’s not bad, writes Nick Clements. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!