PEER-TO-PEER analysis firm Orca is set to launch an investment platform.
The proposition will automatically build portfolios of P2P investments across more than 50 per cent of the market.
The portfolios would include major lenders across the consumer, business and property lending space.
They will be monitored by Orca analysts, with users receiving regular reports on returns and investment activity.
There is no indication yet of any fees but the target return is five per cent on a minimum investment of £1,000.
Investors can sign up to a waiting list on the Orca website where they are asked how much they would invest.
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“Research, account-opening and portfolio monitoring can be time-consuming processes towards creating a diversified portfolio,” Orca said.
“However, if not completed correctly, you will be exposed to unnecessary risk.
“Only when you benefit from Orca intelligence is there no need for intensive research, opening multiple platform accounts or monitoring your portfolio across several P2P platforms.
“Orca can build your cross-platform, cross-sector and cross-borrower portfolio, report on progress and display all investment activity and updates on one dashboard. This allows you to experience attractive returns with fewer demands on your time, all while reducing risk.”
Orca would join other offerings such as BondMason and Goji which invest in P2P loans across various platforms on behalf of investors.
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