Some fintech lenders survived COVID-19 with good sense and agile strategy, but the fight is not over.
For VCs, the COVID crisis was a test of CreditTech models – and of their own desire for growth outcomes.
Lending fintechs in Asia that survived the pandemic are retooling for professionalism and profitability.
Indie analysts wary of the pricing for the Beijing-based digital finance company’s $76 million listing.
The Dianrong founder, who is launching a new asset-management venture, shares predictions for digital finance.
Funding Societies is the only Southeast Asian P2P online marketplace that operates in multiple markets, but that is likely to change.
Who is winning capital, and what’s the exit picture like for Asia’s fintech companies?
Bank of Shanghai is testing BitMint’s Q-Pay, a.k.a. “pay like cash”, which looks like a preamble to a new paradigm of digital money.
The Singapore-based P2P lender leverages the city’s leading e-procurement player to build a defensible business.
The shifting allocations in Intelligent Lending Advisor’s fund highlight changes in U.S. peer-to-peer loans.