Tag Archives: Orca Money

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 […]

AltFi And P2P Must Get Asset Class Message Out To IFAs

The alternative finance sector still faces a fight to get its message out, and to be accepted as a “respectable” asset class – especially by the financial intermediaries who advise individual investors. Persuading Independent Financial Advisers (IFAs) is an important next step, it seems. Our friends at P2P Finance News report on a survey by […]

Orca Opines On P2P’s Rise – Plus Auction Close Deadline

One of the more thoughtful sites on the alternative financial scene is Orca Money, a relative newcomer based in Northern Ireland. Orca has objectives very similar to our own. It seeks for transparency of data, reliable and uniform reporting standards – and it seeks to bring about a wider public and professional understanding and acceptance […]

IFISA Launches To Come In A ‘Flood’?

Today we revisit a news piece from our friends at Orca, a news aggregation site focused on crowdfunding and alternative finance. Given the imminent launch of our Innovative Finance Individual Savings Account (IFISA), the site’s interview with Money&Co.’s CEO, Nicola Horlick, is worth a second look. Orca spoke to Nicola late last year. Little has […]