In the traditional financial landscape, banks have long served as the intermediaries between lenders and borrowers. However, this age-old system often involves tedious paperwork, credit assessments, and a labyrinth of processes that borrowers must navigate to secure a loan. Meanwhile, banks provide loans at relatively high interest rates and compensate depositors with modest returns. The discrepancy between the interest rates on loans and deposits creates the Net Interest Margin – the profit margin for banks.
But in an era of transformative technological advancements, a new and streamlined solution has emerged, reshaping the way lending and borrowing occur. Enter Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending – a revolutionary platform bridging the gap between lenders and borrowers, untethered from the complexities of traditional financial institutions.