Case ID: 709469     Solution ID: 29230

Zopa The Power of Peer to Peer Lending Case Solution


Zopa, a U.K.- based distributing organization, joined individual moneylenders and borrowers through an online interface. The organization charged a little expense for finished credit exchanges however has not turned a benefit. Zopa offered two stages, Markets and Listings. Markets was a mechanized framework that collected advances by joining most reduced credit offers from distinctive Zopa loan specialists. Zopa Listings permitted planned borrowers to post eBay-like postings clarifying who they were, the amount of cash they required, and how they would utilize it. Loan specialists then made offers determining the amount they were willing to give and at what rate. Neither one of the platforms met with much achievement. In February 2009, the CEO of Zopa is considering pulling back from Listings, and concentrating on Markets, despite the fact that an organization in the U.S., Prosper, had pulled in numerous clients with an item much the same as Zopa Listings.

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