Online Lending Takes Root in Korea, Spurring Rush for RegulationBy
Korea’s peer-to-peer lending market doubled in three months
Fraud concerns spur move to draft industry guidelines
South Korean investors beset by Asia’s third-lowest benchmark yields are embracing peer-to-peer loans that offer average rates of about 9 percent and not a lot of information about where the money winds up.
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