Last Chance to Register For LendIt 2013

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR LENDIT 2013! Learn from recognized industry leaders how P2P & online lending are transforming global banking! The Inaugural LendIt Conference is the must-attend event for all fund managers, asset allocators, family offices, venture capitalists and individual investors seeking to capitalize on the rapid transformation of the credit markets. …

How Google’s investment into P2P Lending will impact the financial markets

Friend on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend NowStreet’s Free Webinar Channel Stay ahead of industry transformations & capitalize on disruption As part of NowStreet’s educational outreach program, we are pleased to provide issuers, investors and financial industry professionals with the latest intelligence on the regulations and innovations …

Industry Influencers Introduce LendIt, the Inaugural Peer-to-Peer (P2P) & Online Lending Conference

NowStreet Press   Industry Influencers Introduce LendIt, the Inaugural Peer-to-Peer (P2P) & Online Lending Conference New York, NY (PRWEB) April 05, 2013 Lend Academy, the preeminent resource for the P2P lending industry, and NowStreet Media, producer of acclaimed financial events that highlight Wall Street transformations, are pleased to announce LendIt, …

Industry Influencers Introduce LendIt, the Inaugural Peer-to-Peer (P2P) & Online Lending Conference

Industry Influencers Introduce LendIt, the Inaugural Peer-to-Peer (P2P) & Online Lending Conference New York, NY (PRWEB) April 05, 2013 Lend Academy, the preeminent resource for the P2P lending industry, and NowStreet Media, producer of acclaimed financial events that highlight Wall Street transformations, are pleased to announce LendIt, the first global …

Political Football Over Disaster Relief: Another Argument for Public Banking

Political Football Over Disaster Relief: Another Argument for Public Banking   Ellen Brown http://WebofDebt.com/articles January 4, 2013   In a shameless display of putting politics before human needs, Congress began 2013 still scrapping over a $60 billion Hurricane Sandy relief bill fully nine weeks after the disaster hit. And if the Katrina experience is any indication, the bill may not bring …