08:30 to 10:00
20 Nov 2018
The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Consumer and Business Lending market across the Asia-Pacific region, including China, is estimated at close to $200 billion. As the growth rate exponentially increases from year to year, P2P is not a trend anymore, but rather a new business model to stay for a long time and change the landscape:
- How does P2P lending help to solve the market problem?
- What is it that makes P2P lending so attractive versus traditional players?
- Limitations of P2P, risks, and challenges
- Where is Asia and Singapore on the global map of the P2P lending industry?
- P2P lending: start-up nation or truly operational business?
- Is there a chance for collaboration between old and new financial players on the market?
- Blockchain and P2P - new coalition?
- Applying P2P principles to other industries
- And finally, will the alternative finance companies shift the traditional finance market?
Join us and let’s hear it from Dimitri Kouchnirenko, Co-founder & Director of Incomlend!
- Please note that this event is restricted to French Chamber members only -
About the speaker
- Dimitri Kouchnirenko, Co-founder & Director, Incomlend
Co-founder and Director of Incomlend, a fintech start-up, Dimitri Kouchnirenko, has over 18 years of commercial and banking experience. After graduating from Columbia Business School, Dimitri worked in EU, CEE and Asia for big names like L’Oréal, Capgemini and BNP Paribas, where he spent 10 years, including 5 years in Trade Finance in Singapore. Throughout his executive career, Dimitri has successfully introduced new brands to the market and created new business franchises that had later on transformed into multi-million dollar businesses.
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