Monthly Archives: October 2017

Yield-Hungry Investors Boost P2P Worldwide – Plus Loan Latest

Greetings and Happy Monday to regular readers, registered lenders and casual browsers alike. Last week closed on a busy note at the London Investor conference 2017, and we’ll bring you news of Money&Co.’s presence there shortly. Meanwhile, as our latest loan offering nears closure, we notice this from the other side of the world. The […]

P2P Investors’ Capital Commitment Hits Record Levels – Plus Loan Latest

Investor confidence in the peer-to-peer (P2P) crowdfunding sector is picking up again. There was concern in some quarters over P2P last year – much of it engendered by the difficulties of the largest player in the US P2P sector, Lending Club. There were good reasons for that – notably, the aggressive pricing of listed P2P […]

SME Scale-Up Funding: More Co-ordination Needed

When it comes to advancing money to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which we think of as the lifeblood of the UK economy, everyone seems to be full of goodwill. But the road to funding hell is paved with good intentions. While the government, the Federation of Small Businesses, trade associations such as the Alternative […]

Benefits And Risks Of P2P Asset Class Revisited – Plus Loan Latest

We focus once more on the excellent new guide to peer-to-peer (p2P) lending from Orca Money. This element outlines the benefits and the risks of this asset class. Visit the site to download a free copy. Benefits In a low-yield environment, P2P can offer stable, predictable, risk-adjusted returns. P2P investments offer average annual returns of […]