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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJH View Post
    Wholesale support for P2P is killing it?
    A different take: Wholesale support for P2P lending is what is allowing it to grow...in Harmoney's case anyway. Without it, I suspect, Harmoney would not be viable.

    The 'P2P lenders' who don't *yet* include wholesale investment are unable to meet investment demand - they need to 'grow' significantly to meet the demand, wholesale investment appears to be the way forward for growth at this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myles View Post
    A different take: Wholesale support for P2P lending is what is allowing it to grow...in Harmoney's case anyway. Without it, I suspect, Harmoney would not be viable.

    The 'P2P lenders' who don't *yet* include wholesale investment are unable to meet investment demand - they need to 'grow' significantly to meet the demand, wholesale investment appears to be the way forward for growth at this time.
    I agree wholesale funding was vital to get critical mass but wonder if it is now blocking mass participation such that it will never become a game changer in financial services here. Lack of support from the powers that be doesn't help either. I hope the tax working group at least take a look at P2P. I see Zopa in the UK has achieved significant scale is now raising capital to become a bank.

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    Chinese P2P lenders are in a lot of trouble https://money.cnn.com/2018/08/08/new...ing/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJH View Post
    I agree wholesale funding was vital to get critical mass but wonder if it is now blocking mass participation such that it will never become a game changer in financial services here. Lack of support from the powers that be doesn't help either. I hope the tax working group at least take a look at P2P. I see Zopa in the UK has achieved significant scale is now raising capital to become a bank.
    They should have looked at retail taxation implications, and a tax ruling provided, of p2p at the time p2p was given the go ahead by FMA. This should especially have been the case in NZ given our poor financial investment rate and over reliance on residential housing investment when compared with developed nations.
    Last edited by Bjauck; 11-08-2018 at 02:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJH View Post
    I agree wholesale funding was vital to get critical mass but wonder if it is now blocking mass participation such that it will never become a game changer in financial services here. Lack of support from the powers that be doesn't help either. I hope the tax working group at least take a look at P2P. I see Zopa in the UK has achieved significant scale is now raising capital to become a bank.
    Well it seems that most borrowers aren't aware that most of the lending is coming from institutional funding.

    Harmoney just haven't yet been able to attract enough customers for there to be the scale that you desire. It's hardly surprising that a new lending business isn't able to take over the market.

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    A B2 loan on Harmoney today. Income type = Home (8424 per month). I've not noticed "Home" as an income type before and a quick search through site I couldn't find a description. Has anyone seen a fuller description of this income type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi783 View Post
    A B2 loan on Harmoney today. Income type = Home (8424 per month). I've not noticed "Home" as an income type before and a quick search through site I couldn't find a description. Has anyone seen a fuller description of this income type?
    Possibly renting out a property they own?

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    Working from home would be my best guess. The graph below shows the available Employment Status options:

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