Marketplace lending

Will banks be pulled into GameStop uproar?


Banks weren't involved in the trading frenzy, but some observers say the regulatory response should address risks to all financial institutions.


Fresh off IPO, Upstart aims to push boundaries of AI-based lending


The online lender, which raised $240 million, wants to take its artificial intelligence technology for evaluating borrowers to the next level and expand its partnerships with banks, its CEO says.


Why PPP fraud hit fintechs harder than banks


Scammers may have had more success at duping fintechs than banks in obtaining Paycheck Protection Program loans. But there are reasons for this apparent disparity.


End of an era: LendingClub to drop P2P platform


The San Francisco fintech, which is buying Radius Bancorp, will discontinue peer-to-peer lending and instead offer new products, like high-yield savings accounts, to its retail investors.