Closer Look: Why Regulators Should Take a Hard Look at P2P Lending
(Beijing) – Risks associated with peer-to-peer (P2P) lending are increasingly drawing the attention of officials and would seem to be an argument for regulators to act.
The central bank has set out three criteria for deciding whether P2P lending websites are involved in an illegal fundraising. It made the announcement after members of the inter-ministry office in charge of coordinating regulatory efforts against illegal fundraising met on November 25.
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