While a few years ago peer-to-peer lending seemed like a great way to find financing for your small business or start-up, it has yet to replace the banks as the small business’s choice of lender. Peer to peer lending isn’t achieving the growth it attained at its inception, and is still facing much scrutiny from state and federal regulators. With banks hardly lending, capital markets completely unattainable and peer to peer lending not quite taking off, it is becoming increasingly difficult for small businesses and start-ups to find the capital they need- be it $5,000 or $500,000- to finance their business and get a new venture off the ground.

While the following article does not concern peer to peer lending with respect to business financing, it provides a good intro into peer to peer lending services.




About Antonio

Antonio Regojo has been practicing law in Miami, Florida since 2007, focusing primarily on small business law and international business transactions. Prior to founding Regojo Law, Mr. Regojo practiced at a boutique international law firm working with Latin American multinationals seeking to enter the US market, as well as with US based companies. Mr. Regojo graduated from Florida International University School of Law in 2007 cum laude, with a focus on corporate and transactional law. While attending FIU School of Law, Mr. Regojo was a member of the FIU Law Review and a founding member of the Spessard L. Holland Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Mr. Regojo also clerked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office- Economic Crimes Division. | Read Full Bio