P2P Lending Firms Trying Hard To Strike a Balance Between Borrowers & Lenders

Alternate P2P lending firms such as Lending Club, Prosper and Social Finance who connect borrowers to investors through their technology platforms have been quite successful in the past. Investors have flooded these platforms with billions of dollars of credit. Last year, BlackRock bought $330 million worth of consumer credit through Prosper. There are a lot of opportunities for investors to invest their money into P2P lending. The yields tend to be pretty high compared to similar investment options.

Fewer borrowers than lenders:

These platforms face a unique problem as they see more curiosity from lenders than borrowers. As a result, Prosper had struck a partnership last year with companies such as Spirit Airlines, American HealthCare Len ...

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