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Peer2Peer Finance News | June 18, 2019

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Stephen Findlay

BondMason raises minimum investment and fees

April 19, 2017 |

PEER-TO-PEER investor BondMason has unveiled changes to its minimum investment and charges after its previous format was “proving uneconomic”.

BondMason, which targets an eight per cent gross return for investors by placing funds across various P2P platforms on their behalf, … Read More

BondMason launches SIPP

April 18, 2017 |

BONDMASON has become the first peer-to-peer service provider to launch a self-invested personal pension (SIPP), leading what it sees as a growing shift within the industry towards pension-grade investment vehicles.

The P2P investor, which selects loans across P2P lending platforms, will grant UK savers … Read More

BondMason focusing on pensions over IFISAs

March 31, 2017 |

PEER-TO-PEER investor BondMason is backing the pension market as a bigger area for its growth than Innovative Finance ISAs (IFISA).

The platform is working with the Financial Conduct Authority to get IFISA approval but says its main focus is actually … Read More

Investors warned P2P regulatory approval isn’t “badge of trust”

March 3, 2017 |

FINANCIAL Conduct Authority (FCA) approval is no guarantee of quality, a peer-to-peer investment manager has warned.

BondMason, an investment firm aiming to get clients a seven per cent return by selecting P2P loans across approved platforms on their behalf, claims … Read More

P2P investing firm calls for end to provision funds

February 8, 2017 |

PEER-TO-PEER lenders should not use provision funds, a P2P investment manager has argued in a new report.

BondMason claims the funds, used by platforms such as Zopa and RateSetter, are just a tool to attract lenders.

The provision fund is a … Read More