The Peer to Peer Lending Scandals; and why they really matter

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Tuesday, May 17th, 12pm to 1:30pm BST


Online symposium via Zoom.


There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.

Why You Should Attend...

The meteoric rise and spectacular fall of many Peer-to-Peer Lending organisations has caused enormous harm to thousands of investors.


Investors were duped into thinking their hard-earned money was being invested wisely and prudently, but the reality in so many cases really couldn’t have been any more different.


There has been much talk about the extent to which chronic and catastrophic regulatory failure is at the heart of the scandals, with many fingers being pointed at the Financial Conduct Authority for failing to get to grips with the governance of the sector.


The purpose of this event is to deal with 4 key questions: 

#1 – What’s gone wrong?

#2 – Who’s to blame for what’s gone wrong?

#3 – How might the thousands of victims get the justice and compensation they deserve?

#4 – What changes are needed to help ensure that nothing like it ever happens again?


As such, this is a not-to-be missed event for investors in:

  • Lendy
  • Collateral
  • Funding Secure
  • Moneything; and others…

Here's the programme so far...

Andy Agathangelou

Founder, Transparency Task Force; Governor, Pensions Policy Institute; Chair, Secretariat Committee, APPG on Pension Scams; Chair, Secretariat Committee, APPG on Personal Banking and Fairer Financial Services; Chair of the Violation Tracker UK Advisory Board

Mark Bishop

Leader, Connaught Action Group

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