Tag Archives: 2016

What Happened? A Look Back At P2P – Plus Loan Latest

The American writer P.J. O’Rourke is shortly to publish a reprise of recent US political history entitled What The Hell Happened? Events in our peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sub-sector of crowdfunding have been somewhat less sensational (at least in the UK, where the problems experienced by leading P2P player Lending Club have had less impact). Here’s […]

AltFi Data Predicts Crowdfunding Blast-Off In 2016

AltFi Date has announced its predictions for 2106. AltFi, with its Liberum association, has some of the best data in the market. These predictions are made using a regression analysis algorithm, with a qualitative overlay. The basic message is: stand by for blast-off. We’ll be bringing you Money&Co. CEO Nicola Horlick’s predictions next week. Meanwhile, […]

Where’s The Crowd Headed In 2016?

Happy New Year. 2016 holds much promise for lenders and borrowers alike. Money&Co.’s lenders have enjoyed gross average returns of over 9 per cent. Our borrowers have benefited from more than £7 million of funding capital from the crowd. Long may it continue. But what can we expect? Our communications director offers his view in […]

Season’s Greetings From Money&Co.

We wish all our lenders, borrowers and site visitors the very best for the festive season. We will be resuming our editorial news and blog service, with a look back at 2015, and an  examination of the accuracy or otherwise of the predictions we made this time last year. Plus, of course, we’ll be offering our […]