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Peer2Peer Finance News | August 19, 2019

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The first online and print magazine dedicated purely to the UK’s fast-growing peer-to-peer finance industry, Peer2Peer Finance News (P2PFN) offers high-quality news, analysis, opinion and features relating to this exciting area of alternative finance. With dedicated personal finance, SME and industry news sections, the magazine is aimed at lenders, borrowers and everyone working within the industry itself.

P2PFN is read by peer-to-peer finance professionals of all levels, ranging from junior staff to c-level executives; the wider fintech community, including Silicon Roundabout start-ups and multinational companies; senior decision-makers in financial services firms including law, accounting and banking; retail and institutional investors; entrepreneurs; private and business borrowers; independent financial advisers; high-ranking government officials and regulators.

The print magazine’s audience is purely in the UK. The majority of the website’s audience is based in the UK, followed by the US, China and then Europe. To learn more about our readership please  email Alamgir Ahmed, director of sales & marketing at: for our rate card.

P2PFN offers an array of both print and online advertising solutions, including traditional branding ad units, specialty partnership opportunities, category sponsorships, and custom content integration.

Sponsorship opportunities may also include custom tailored events to help our partners create a platform to reach their desired audience. These events are produced in partnership with the P2PFN and offer partners a unique opportunity to connect with the peer-to-peer finance community.

For information regarding print and online advertising, custom content and event opportunities, please email Alamgir Ahmed, director of sales & marketing at:  


“Peer2Peer Finance News ran an article for Bud in March about our banking marketplace platform, highlighting the partnerships with a number of P2P companies including Ratesetter, Landbay and Zopa.