Harmoney is New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lender Home Alt-Finance Tony Zerucha·August 1, 2016·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Mon., Aug. 1 Aussie investment platform partners with real estate P2p Managed real estate investment fund DomaCom is partnering with ThinCats to allow investors access to real estate opportunities. Learn more here. U.K. lender marketing bonds to average investor WiseAlpha offers corporate bonds starting at $132. Jeremy Kahn reports. Largest NZ P2P to plead guilty to misleading investors Harmoney will apparently plead guilty to misleading consumers after being charged by New Zealand’s national securities regulator. Sophie Boot reports.See alsoMay 26, 2015Oil falls as dollar strengthens, ample supply weighs Singaporean P2p startup scores first big deal Funding Societies has signed a deal with Singapore’s largest bank worth $1.7 million. Krisana Gallezo-Estaura reports. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!