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Got 25 bucks? You can be a global investor—and do a world of good. The idea that lending money to the poorest of the poor can produce economic and social change has steadily gained traction since 1976. That’s when economist and Chittagong University professor Muhammad Yunus started the Grameen Bank, giving credit to struggling cottage industries without collateral in Bangladesh.
• Lenders get great returns • Borrowers get low-cost loans • And with no banks in the middle, everyone gets better rates
P2P Lending and Crowdfunding – Explore the New Frontier for Small Business Lending