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James Tall

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James is a freelance writer and communications consultant with over 10 years experience in financial services and fintech. He has worked in Hong Kong, New York and London, and currently writes for a number of industry titles.

The nascent ‘Lending-as-a-Service’ market is one to watch closely

SMEs, especially the smaller ones, have struggled to access sufficient credit in recent times. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly exacerbated the situation, but let’s not forget that this battle has been going on for years now.

The UK fintech sector steps up in the battle against COVID-19

UK peer-to-peer lending giant Zopa was conceived in 2005, but it’s fair to say that the bulk of the fintech wave appeared from 2010 onwards – after the financial crisis.

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