Another start-up is having a shot at establishing peer-to-peer lending in Australia.
SocietyOne, a firm established by brothers Matt and Greg Symon, opened for business earlier this month. It has a small numbers of investors and has made a few loans.
The business may have better credentials than others that have previously attempted to bring this form of lending to life in Australia.
Only one other aspirant – iGrin – has previously traded, for a couple of years from 2007, but without generating much interest.
Other wannabes – including Fosik and Peermint – either...
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