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Listen: Street Talk Episode 34 - Digital Lenders Moving From Disruptors To Partners, Tech Providers For Banks

Digital lenders have enjoyed explosive growth but no longer are seen as pure disruptors to the banking industry as partnerships with traditional lenders have grown. Nimayi Dixit, research analyst at S&P Global Market Intelligence, explains how digital lenders have been successful and why many of their models likely will continue to evolve into fee-based, technology providers for banks.

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