P2P lending’s business models, risks and regulation


P2P lending’s business models, risks and regulation


Hang Yin

 


International Journal of Industrial and Business Management

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is a new mode of alternative finance, allowing borrowers and lenders to transact through Internet platform without traditional intermediaries. This review focus on reviewing the P2P lending’s business models, risks and regulation.

 

 


Keywords: P2P, business models, risks, regulation

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Hang Yin. P2P lending’s business models, risks and regulation. International Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 2017; 1:2. DOI:10.28933/ijibm-2017-03-0801


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