Cambridge-based Crowdsurfer analyses data in the alternative finance and financial technology (FinTech) sector. Its remit includes equity, bonds, SME debt, P2P and more, as it maps global trends and patterns in alternative finance.
According to a recent Crowdsurfer announcement, “the P2P sector is one that continues to mature at speed, and its growth will be supported by the use of data. Emily Mackay, founder of Crowdsurfer, says:
“Online funding is a fairer, more efficient, more impactful mode of deploying capital, and data is crucial to scaling that to every person on the planet. But its growth has been hampered by a lack of information, for investors, regulators and banks, as well as those that need access to finance. We aim to fill that gap.”
We thoroughly endorse that view, and have a series of new loans in the pipeline.
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Money&Co lenders have achieved returns of almost 9 per cent – before deduction of our one per cent fee – in the three years and nearly £10 million of loans facilitated on our platform. We currently have two fast-filling P2P loan offers on site – both fixed at 8 per cent yield. Webuyanyhome is A+ and property-backed. Mar-Key is A-rated. Further detail is available to registered Money&Co. users. Money&Co. loans can be held, tax-free, in an Innovative Finance Individual Savings Account, or Innovative Finance ISA.
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