P2P Weekly: Gender Diversity Fuels P2P Success, and Other Stories

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Audrey White
8th November 2015

“‘Our Gender Diversity Is Absolutely A Factor In Our Success’: Q&A With Krista Morgan, CEO & Co-Founder Of P2Binvestor,” Crowdfund Insider

Says Morgan: “It’s a challenge to hire a diverse team, and it’s almost impossible if you’re not paying attention. After two years of building P2Bi I felt confident that I had found my own system for hiring the best people who were also diverse and wanted to share it since it’s such a huge issue. I’m hugely proud of the fact that P2Bi is 50 percent female across our company including our leadership team, which is extremely rare in tech and even more rare in finance.”

“SC to unveil peer-to-peer lending framework,” The Star Online

The Securities Commission in Kuala Lumpur will introduce a P2P framework next year. Leaders hope the program, called afFINity@SC, will encourage the growth of finance and investment innovation.

“How changes to EIS could affect UK small business funding,” GrowthFunders

Changes to the Enterprise Investment Scheme outlined earlier this year by Chancellor George Osborne will go into affect later this month. The changes lower both the age a participating company can have (seven years instead of 10) and the amount that investors can put into one company (£12 million instead of £15 million).

“Brief: Another Record Set in China P2P Lending for October,” Crowdfund Insider
Amid changes to regulations and other challenges, P2P lending in China continues to set records. So far this year, the industry has lent more than 1 trillion yuan, or about £1 billion.

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