Sustainable Finance and Investment

Payment fintechs: What are the benefits of this innovative form of lending?

Our study shows that the enforcement technology is not able to prevent intentional defaults completely. Image: Unsplash/ Scott Graham

Jorma Juhani Schäublin

Quantitative Analyst, Raiffeisen Switzerland

Kumar Rishabh

Research Associate and Lecturer at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Basel

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