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Introducing Tearsheet’s Lending Newsletter: Digital lending, alt data, borrower acquisition and more

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Introducing Tearsheet’s Lending Newsletter: Digital lending, alt data, borrower acquisition and more

Digital lending continues to evolve quickly.  We’re seeing a convergence as banks launch and improve their digital capabilities. Digital native lenders are upping their games, too, expanding beyond the monoline and into other financial products. Tearsheet is launching a weekly lending briefing, compiling what you need to know from across Tearsheet and other must-read sources.

We’ll cover lending from a variety of different perspectives: marketing (who’s pushing the envelope on borrower acquisition), convergence (banks and digital lenders are beginning to look quite similar), new lenders (who’s making waves with new models), and alt data (scoring the credit invisible is a big theme).

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