Archive for March, 2011

Peer To Peer Lending – will it replace banking?

Peer to Peer Lending – Will it replace banking?

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If you have been following my blog…

You will know that Keep Reading…

Simon Dixon

“How entrepreneurs and finance students can change the world…and how you can too”

Many of you have been asking questions of my mission to reform banking…

…So I thought I would address the main ones here…

After reading between the lines of your questions and trying to get to what you are really asking, here is my summary…

“In plain English Simon Dixon, what banking reforms do you stand for and what exactly are you up to?”

“Are you an evil banker or are you one of us?”

“Are you a greedy capitalist trying to squeeze some money out of banking reform or are you really trying to make a difference?”

So here it is, in plain English… Keep Reading…

Simon Dixon

“How ‘bankers bonuses’ trick you away from the real problem with banking”…

All you hear about today is…

Greedy bankers

Evil Bankers

Bankers that should go to prison

More regulations

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Keep Reading…

Simon Dixon

“Banking insider reveals the biggest secret that Banks pray you’ll never find out about”

From a recent Press Release…

While George Osborne spends his day trying to figure out how to charge more taxes for fewer public services, negotiating with banks to get them lending and twisting their arms to make them promise to pay smaller bonuses, an ex investment banker is reaching out to tens of thousands of university finance students, educating them on the one banking reform that will make George Osborne’s life a whole lot easier.

Entrepreneur and ex investment banker, Simon Dixon, has been campaigning and touring universities presenting on banking reform long before the words credit crisis became common talk. Keep Reading…

Simon Dixon

“Is George Osborn’s Project Merlin a smoke screen from real banking reform?”

While George Osborne pushes forward with his latest initiative to get more people and companies into debt to turbo charge the economy, we also hear from Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank Of England stating that the current banking system is the worst one we could have.

“Of all the many ways of organising banking, the worst is the one we have today.” Mervyn King. Keep Reading…

Simon Dixon