Kuflink has announced that it has attracted £75m from investors since launching four years ago.
The peer-to-peer property lender said it had lent out £50m back in June 2019.
“We choose lending opportunities in which we would also want to invest, and this is part of the secret of our success,” said Narinder Khattoare (pictured), chief executive of Kuflink.
“We do our homework on every deal that is offered to us and can co-invest along with our investor clients.
“The knock-on effect is that nobody has lost any money on our platform since it launched.
“We offer a fair return and work hard to minimise risk as can be witnessed by our efforts to date.
“At a time when P2P investment has had some notable casualties, Kuflink stands as proof that with a strong culture that understands how to assess the viability of the deals we are offered from our experience as a bridging lender, we continue to provide a stable platform with returns which our investors find attractive.”
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