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Peer2Peer Finance News | April 25, 2019

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Property focused

April 5, 2019 |

Mike Bristow, chief executive of CrowdProperty, explains why his platform is sticking to what it does best: quality property lending

‘AS A COUNTRY, WE are not building enough homes,” says Mike Bristow, chief executive of property-backed peer-to-peer lending platform … Read More

Capturing cash in the ISA market

April 4, 2019 |

Paul Sonabend, executive chairman of Relendex, explains the huge potential of cash ISA conversions into the property-backed IFISA market

THE INNOVATIVE Finance ISA (IFISA) has unquestionably revolutionised the peer-to-peer lending space. But the challenges still remain. According to the … Read More

Why we’re moving into listed bonds

April 4, 2019 |

Following Wellesley’s departure from peer-to-peer in 2017, the business has recently announced that it intends to move away from mini-bonds, with its sole focus being on fully-regulated, listed bonds. Andrew Turnbull, managing director at Wellesley, explains why

THINGS ARE … Read More

Credit where credit’s due

April 3, 2019 |

Emily Rackham, head of credit at Huddle Capital, unpacks the platform’s unique approach to the credit checking process

CREDIT LOGIC IS increasingly becoming a sticking point for peer-to-peer lenders. While the UK’s P2P sector is undoubtedly committed to risk … Read More

The boom in litigation funding: Three things you need to know

April 3, 2019 |

Hannah Hooper (pictured) and Tim Bignell in the commercial litigation team at law firm Howard Kennedy delve into the opportunities presented by litigation funding

LITIGATION FUNDERS are doing a roaring trade. No longer considered a last resort for the … Read More

Think bigger

April 2, 2019 |

Global fintech alignment is essential for economic growth and prosperity, says Chris Hancock, chief executive of Crowd2Fund

PEER-TO-PEER LENDING was established in the UK, but it has gone on to become a major global fintech movement. And according to … Read More

Off to a good start

April 1, 2019 |

Narinder Khattoare, chief executive of Kuflink, explains why IFISA investors have no time to lose

THE 2018/19 ISA SEASON was characterised by a certain level of frustration among savers and investors. Stock market volatility meant that the FTSE 100 … Read More

Protecting investors

March 6, 2019 |

Louis Schwartz, chief executive of Loanpad, explains why the provision fund model isn’t always the most effective way to protect retail investors…

DEFAULT RATES ARE beginning to loom large for the peer-to-peer lending community, as platforms start to see large … Read More

How to be a responsible investor

March 1, 2019 |

Narinder Khattoare, chief executive of Kuflink, explains how peer-to-peer newcomers can be responsible investors…

AS PEER-TO-PEER LENDING becomes more mainstream, it is starting to attract a new group of first-time investors. And while this is great news for the myriad … Read More

Why bonds are back in fashion

March 1, 2019 |

Listed bonds and mini-bonds are experiencing a surge in popularity. Andrew Turnbull, managing director of Wellesley Group, explains why…

LOW INTEREST RATES AND stock market volatility have had a disruptive effect on savings and investments across the UK. Over the … Read More