Mintos is so much more than a regular peer-to-peer lending platform - Mintos is a global online marketplace for loans. They provide retail investors with an easy and transparent way to invest in loans originated by a variety of alternative lending companies around the world.
Bulkestate is a P2P investment and crowdfunding platform operating in the real estate field. It is the first platform of group real-estate investments and purchases in Latvia. Despite the fact that their head office is located in the capital of Latvia — Riga, they operate in the whole Baltic region and beyond.
Debitum Network is a P2B platform which allows anyone to invest in business loans from as little as €10 and earn interest up to 15%. All investments carry an additional guarantee for all investors. Loans are assessed by independent 3rd party risk assessors. There are 0% fees on the platform. All investments are accepted instantaneously. Debitum Network allows depositing of EUR, GBP and USD.
Flender is a leading marketplace lender for the Irish SME market. Through a combination of P2P funding and institutional investment, Flender is delivering much needed funding to Irish SMEs quickly and efficiently through the use of best in class technology platform.Traditional credit assessment procedures are applied in order to maintain low defaults. As a result of the processes in place, Flender’s expected loss rates are amongst the lowest in the industry. Current default rate is only 0.2% across their live loan book. Flender has attracted a wide range of sophisticated retail lenders globally and also institutional investors.
AxiaFunder is an innovative litigation funding platform which connects investors with carefully pre-vetted commercial litigation opportunities. AxiaFunder invests in legal cases where there is a high probability of winning at court with potential returns of 20%-30% pa. Capital is at risk and projected returns are not guaranteed. Investors have a significant risk of losing all of their investment if the case fails and could lose double their investment in the unlikely event that the insurer also defaults.