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Welcome to the Beehive blog

Welcome to the new Beehive blog where we will post up the latest developments and news from Beehive and the peer-to-peer lending industry as well as market trends, best practice and expert advice from our team and guest bloggers. In the coming months we will be using this space to introduce you to Beehive and familiarise you with the concept of Peer to peer financing. We are very excited about the future as Beehive just keeps growing more and more. Based in Dubai and serving the UAE, Beehive is the UAE’s first peer-to-peer lending platform. Beehive directly connects established, creditworthy

Rick Pudner - Chairman Beehive

Arabian Business interviews our Chairman, Rick Pudner

adminJan 03, 2015

Sitting down with Rick Pudner almost a year after Arabian Business broke the news he was resigning as group CEO of Emirates NBD, there are two things you instantly notice about his appearance. His snow white locks could well be a by-product of leading Dubai’s largest bank through the region’s biggest financial crisis, the fallout from the Dubai World debt restructuring and the late nights in meetings trying to stitch

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Welcome to the Beehive blog

adminDec 28, 2014

Welcome to the new Beehive blog where we will post up the latest developments and news from Beehive and the peer-to-peer lending industry as well as market trends, best practice and expert advice from our team and guest bloggers. In the coming months we will be using this space to introduce you to Beehive and familiarise you with the concept of Peer to peer financing. We are very excited about

WSJ: New U.A.E. Peer-to-Peer Lender Aims at Small-Business Funding Gap

adminNov 05, 2014

Peer-to-peer lending has been around for roughly a decade, sprouting in the U.K. and quickly catching on in the U.S., but it hadn’t existed in the Middle East until the launch this week of Beehive, a new business that aims at securing financing for small businesses in the United Arab Emirates. The peer-to-peer lending concept is simple. It cuts out banks and lets people lend directly to one another (or,