Five Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Fintech Company

[Editor’s note: This is a featured blog post from Banking Technology. Banking Technology is a media partner at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Francisco Lorca, MD of Startupbootcamp FinTech London, a UK-based accelerator, highlights the pitfalls of starting a fintech firm, drawing on his extensive […]

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3 Easy Ways Lenders Can Improve Their Network Security

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from J Washburn at Infinity Lending Systems. Infinity Lending Systems is a Gold Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Theft prevention is a heavy topic. Most lenders know security is important. But because it can be complicated, I’ve seen […]

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Regtech Meets Fintech – How It Improves Lending?

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Snehal Fulzele, co-founder and CEO at Cloud Lending Solutions. Cloud Lending Solutions is a Silver Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Lending as an industry is prone to risks and frauds. The added weight of growing […]

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The “Tech” in FinTech: Global Insights to Win the $4tn Local Market

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Timothy Li, co-founder and board member at LendFoundry. LendFoundry is a Silver Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] 2016 reminded us that every industry goes through a maturity curve before ­ experiencing hyper growth, and the online lending industry is no exception. […]

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Changing Times?

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Pepper Hamilton. Pepper Hamilton is a Bronze Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Pepper attorneys are always staying up with the latest changes to the marketplace lending industry.  With President Donald Trump taking office, we thought it was a […]

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Using a Consortium Approach to Address Fraud and Credit Risk in Online Lending

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Patrick Reemts, vice president of credit risk solutions at ID Analytics. ID Analytics is a Silver Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Online lending is in high demand, providing much needed access to financing for millions […]

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InCompliance Update White Paper 2017

[Editor’s note: This is a white paper from Martin Mitchell at Professional Bank Services. Professional Bank Services is a Bronze Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] ProBank Austin (formerly known as Professional Bank Services) is a consulting company for traditional and non-traditional financial institutions […]

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Some Lessons from 2016: The Importance of Risk Management, Data Quality, and Liquidity

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Bill Ullman, chief commercial officer at Orchard. Orchard is a Silver Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] After nearly a decade of phenomenal growth, 2016 marked the first legitimate rough patch for online lenders. At Orchard, we continue to […]

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Marketplace Lending: A Growing Opportunity for Institutional Lenders

[Editor’s note: This is a white paper from Wilmington Trust. Wilmington Trust is a Silver Sponsor at LendIt USA 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] Marketplace lending, also sometimes referred to as digital lending or peer-to-peer lending, is poised to enter prime time as major banks and leading lenders […]

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2016 P2P/Marketplace Lending Year in Review

[Editor’s note: This is a blog post from Prime Meridian Capital Management. Prime Meridian Capital Management is a Bronze Sponsor at LendIt USA, 2017 which will take place on March 6-7, 2017 in New York City.] 2016 was a year that brought new challenges to the peer-to-peer lending industry. Although the past year saw a reduction in total originations, […]

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