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While P2P lending has been successfully working for more than a decade, there are some misconceptions holding P2P investing back.
We will go through (some) of these and show how we are playing the part in shortening the bridge to make P2P lending an investable asset class.
The void left in SME financing filled in by crowdfund platforms and P2P providers is being closely monitored by traditional players.
Especially banks are ramping up their efforts, making use of new technologies and low interest rates to take their share back.
Big banks are breaking in.
When people talk about their own silicon valley or where the magic happens in disruptive technologies, its the Baltics you can’t miss in EU Fintech.
Traditional wealth and money managers are failing in their performance and are desperately looking for alternatives. Pension funds who should be taking care of your financial future are performing miserably.
With the EU planning to regulate crowdfunding as an alternative way to finance projects and ventures, startup companies may see deeper funding options, and investment opportunities should widen.
With yields on savings being low, the desire to look elsewhere to make yield has never been bigger.
Fear of missing out (FOMO) is pushing investors in to riskier asset classes such as crypto currencies, but it doesn’t seem wise, due to the speculative nature.
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Analysis of the equity market by Insidetab; real estate tops the chart in funding succes rate (75%) while capital goods holds the title of total amount funded ($105m).