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The Future of Lending: Is Fintech the main or alternative solution?

The lending industry has definitely been disrupted, with P2P lending leading the way. But with recent developments and incumbent organisations trying to play catch up, will Fintech be the main or alternative solution for the lending industry?

In this panel, we will discuss:

-Why consumers are choosing fintech lending platforms over more traditional ones
-What are some of the benefits that banks still offer in this space?
-What does the lending environment look like in 2016?
-What are some of the things new fintech companies can do to become the main lending solution?
Recorded Apr 12 2016 60 mins
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David Brear (TDG), Kathryn Petralia (Kabbage), Sophie Guibaud (Fidor), Shaun Ledgerwood (Niu), Richard Sunman (Nostrum)
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