Newsletter Sent On: 11/30/2016

The CAN Capital Shakeup Is A Sign of the Times Read more

Chief Officers at CAN Capital Put on Leave of Absence
CEO, CFO and CRO reportedly all stepped down Read more

Q3 Confidence: Cautiously Optimistic
Before the election, industry captains scored their confidence Read more

LendIt Brings First Fintech Awards to the Industry
Nominate yourself! Read more

Goldman Sachs Goes After Online Lenders With Video Ads
Check out their 4 video campaigns Read more

Artificial Intelligence Changes MCA Broker's Business
Real AI is being used out there Read more

PeerStreet raises $15 million
Funds sourced from Andreessen Horowitz Read more

The History of Alternative Finance
Our pre-Thanksgiving post made just for fun Read more

Online Loan Middleman Culpable Just Like Lenders
The CFPB is setting a worrisome precedent Read more

Online Loan Platforms Have Yet to Prove Their Worth
Via FT: has industry gone in reverse? Read more

Lending Club Should Become a Bank as Soon as it Can
Written by Todd Baker Read more

New Prosper CEO Aims to Reverse Course
Via WSJ: David Kimball plans turnaround Read more

CFPB Chief Braces for a Reckoning
Via NYT: Cordray in Trump's crossharis Read more

Phone Data is the New FICO Score
Via Bloomberg: calling patterns predict loan performance Read more

FCC Issues Robotext Enforcement Advisory
Brief from Hudson Cook law firm Read more

Get Certified in MCA Basics
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