Tag Archives: lenders

Covid-19: We’re Home, But Not Alone

The headline tells the tale. See below the short note recently sent to our lenders. The Money&Co. team is now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please rest assured that nothing will change and we will be processing payments as usual. With regard to our borrowers, we are in the process of speaking to all […]

Tough Times For Investors, Lenders And Regulators

The FT looks at tough times. As reported here consistently, regulation, Brexit uncertainty and all manner of nonsense mean that no-one has it easy just now. “But what about the retail investors? Those with money trapped inside the stricken Woodford Equity Income fund may well fesel misled. But the industry will assert that no investment […]

New Kids On Block Face P2P Challenge

Peer-to-peer (P2P) business crowdfunders are the new kids on the financial-services block. The P2P sector is fast-growing, and is regarded by many as the future of finance. Our friends at P2P Finance News report a survey that indicates the challenges facing mainstream banking and financial survey. We agree, but also think that P2P cannot be […]

IFISA Will Be Momentous For Lenders, Borrowers – And ISA Investors

This is a momentous time for P2P lending (which includes person-to-business lending). Along with the Chancellor’s emergency Budget, the Treasury has published its response following its consultation on whether P2P loans should be included in ISAs. The consultation period came to an end on 12 December 2014. The report states that: “(The government) intends to […]

Get Tooled Up With An A-Rated Loan

The latest loan on our site is an A-rated two-year loan with a gross indicative yield currently running at 9.7 per cent. The loan is to fund the management buyout of a Telford-based equipment supplier. We supply the company’s own description of itself here. We have used our best efforts to ensure that these representations […]

Lenders, Borrowers And Investors Are Money&Co. Crowd

We’d like to thank the lenders, borrowers and investors for making yesterday’s Bruton Place symposium such an engaging and interesting event. Nicola Horlick, Money&Co.’s CEO, spoke to the assembled group via Skype linkage from California. Senior credit analyst, Toby Furnivall, then drilled down into the detail of Money&Co.’s stringent credit-analysis process. Subsequently, investment banking specialist, […]