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Capify receives industry awards

Capify receives industry awards

SME alternative finance provider Capify is ending the summer on a high note with a pair of industry honors. Capify was included in the Inc. 5000 list thanks to a 50 percent three-year growth rate. It also won the 2016 ...

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The Daily Dig for Thursday, June 4

The Daily Dig for Thursday, June 4

Brazilian bank offers microcredit and financial literacy training Many Brazilians with low incomes are unbanked, partially because the banks have nothing to offer them. The largest private bank is trying to change that, according to this article in the Guardian. ...

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The Daily Dig for Friday, May 22

The Daily Dig for Friday, May 22

The United States isn’t the only country with politicians being accused of holding back on crowdfunding. Learn more in today’s Daily Dig. Congress has ability to free up capital We are in the midst of a money revolution but how ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 19

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 19

Today’s Daily Dig takes you around the world while also providing a couple of suggestions for your summer reading list.   Millennials to influence virtual wallet development The Motley Fool’s John Maxfield discusses cryptocurrencies, virtual wallets and other developments in ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 12

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, May 12

Today’s Daily Dig illustrates what a truly global phenomenon alternative finance has become.   LendMe becomes first first New Zealand P2P to specialize in secured lending LendMe has received a licence from the Financial Markets Authority and will offer loans ...

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The Daily Dig for Thursday, April 30

The Daily Dig for Thursday, April 30

Online lending sees innovation in many verticals Credible CEO Stephen Dash was impressed with the innovation he saw at LendIt. He shares the highlights here. Banks are investing in fintech Each big bank has their own strategy, but most want ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 24

The Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 24

P2P’s need borrowers As institutions suck up prime P2P loans in seconds, little is left. So little in fact, platforms are forming unique partnerships to attract more. Shelly Banjo reports. European banks must amend living wills The FDIC chided several ...

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The Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 17

New Chinese P2P launches Suzhou Money’s parent company China Huirong hopes to capitalize on a regional need for safe lending options. Read the press release here. Australian P2P update Marketlend founder and CEO Leo Tyndall updates the current state of ...

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