Social Lending in Europe: Structures, Regulation and Pricing Models
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Social Lending (SL)1 links borrowers and lenders on website markets, creating virtual financial communities. SL is in fact an alternative credit market that uses website platforms to link borrowers and lenders without the interpolation of traditional financial intermediaries.
KeywordsInterest Rate Risk Premium Credit Risk Credit Market Price Formula
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