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Peer2Peer Finance News | July 21, 2019

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Neil Woodford

Victory Park Capital Specialty Lending NAV soars despite Woodford exit

May 31, 2019 |

VICTORY Park Capital Specialty Lending (VPC) saw its net asset value (NAV) soar to 1.03 per cent in April, breaking the one per cent barrier for the first time since September 2018.

This was despite an end-of-month exit by famed … Read More

Neil Woodford: It’s not us, it’s you

May 8, 2019 |

FALLEN STAR fund manager Neil Woodford has given up his stake in VPC Specialty Lending and P2P Global Investments – but it has nothing to do with the health of UK P2P

WHEN peer-to-peer lending first entered the alternative finance … Read More

VPC Specialty Lending’s NAV hits six-month high

May 3, 2019 |

VICTORY Park Capital Specialty Lending (VPC) reported its highest net asset value (NAV) return in six months, thanks to the improved performance of its balance sheet investments.

The alternative finance-focused investment trust reported a net revenue return of 0.73 per … Read More

Woodford offloads stakes in P2PGI and VPC

May 1, 2019 |

FUND MANAGER Neil Woodford has fully divested from peer-to-peer investment trusts P2P Global Investments (P2PGI) and VPC Specialty Lending (VPC).

Woodford’s investment management firm had previously held a 13 per cent stake in P2PGI and a 16.6 per cent share … Read More

The P2P Power 50

October 2, 2017 |

PEER-TO-PEER lending has rapidly grown into a multi-billion-pound industry, bringing together the best in banking and technology as well as lawyers, regulators, analysts and fund managers.

So, who are the key players influencing the UK’s P2P sector? The inaugural Peer2Peer … Read More

Ratesetter blames £4.9m loss on new fee structure

September 20, 2016 |

RATESETTER swung £4.9m into the red last year, but the peer-to-peer lender said the results were “in line with expectations” due to a new fee structure and investing in the business.

The firm posted a pre-tax loss of £4.9m in … Read More