Chinese Online Lending Sector Examined by ResearchInChina in Topical Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com10 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Since China’s first P2P unsecured online petty sum lending platform, PaiPaiDai, was created in Shanghai in summer 2007, the country’s online lending platform and its market size have increased. The number of online lending platforms surged from 50 in 2011 to around 1,964 in H1 2015. Furthermore, the size of the transaction increased from USD 0.16 billion in 2011 to nearly USD 40.71 billion in 2014, and further amounted to USD 37.79 billion in H1 2015 with a doubled YoY projected in the course of the year.
At the same time, though, what lies behind the thriving lending industry is a dilemma of ‘no threshold, no standard, and no regulation’. Since 2013, the phenomenon of business bankruptcy and shut-down has taken place repeatedly. The number of failed platforms in the industry reached 275 in 2014; in June 2015, there were 786 failed platforms, of which that for January-June 2015 reached 419, surpassing the full year total in 2014.
Moving forward, the ongoing development of online lending industry is expected to rely largely on the introduction of pertinent regulations and laws.
Topical research study “China Online Lending Industry Report, 2015” prepared by ResearchInChina offers an up-close look at the online lending marketplace in China. It examines the industry’s development path, discusses relevant policies and regulations, analyses the market size, structure of terms and interest rates, regional analysis of online lending, etc. The report explores the competitive scenario in the domestic online lending industry, comprising platform quantity, turnover and popularity rankings, among others. An in-depth analysis of the 14 online lending platforms is provided, covering profiles, key products, cost structure, lending scale, lending popularity, distribution of loan rates, and platform financing, among others.
Online lending platforms discussed include: PPmoney, Shenzhen Hongling Venture Capital Investment Co., Ltd., Lufax, Xinhehui.com, WenZhouDai, Weidai, YooLi, Hepai Online, Yirendai.com, RenRenDai, Itouzi, TuanDai, JS808, Hepai Online, and 365edai.
China Online Lending Industry Report, 2015
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 2,000.00
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