The table lists the loan originations of p2p lending marketplaces for last month. Mintos* leads ahead of Finbee* and Ratesetter*. The total volume for the reported marketplaces in the table adds up to 236 million Euro. I track the development of p2p lending volumes for many markets. Since I already have most of the data on file, I can publish statistics on the monthly loan originations for selected p2p lending platforms. This month I added Kviku*. I delisted Smartika as it does not seem to have originated any new loans for 5 month now.
Investors living in national markets with no or limited selection of local p2p lending services can check this list of international investing on p2p lending services. Investors can also explore how to make use of current p2p lending cashback offers available. UK investors can compare IFISA rates.
Table: P2P Lending Volumes in June 2020. Source: own research
#note: Finbee loans include SME support loans originated via the platform by the Lithuanian government
Note that volumes have been converted from local currency to Euro for the purpose of comparison. Some figures are estimates/approximations.
Links to the platforms listed in the table: Ablrate*, Archover*, Assetz Capital*, Bondora*, Bondster*, Bulkestate*, Colectual*, Credit.fr*, Crowdproperty*, Debitum Network*, Dofinance*, Estateguru*, Fellow Finance*, Finansowo*, Finbee*, Folk2Folk*, Geldvoorelkaar*, Growly*, Investly*, Iuvo Group*, Kameo*, Klear*, Kviku*, Landlordinvest*, Linked Finance*, Lenndy* Look&Fin*, Mintos*, MyTrippleA*, Nordstreet*, October*, Peerberry*, Proplend*, Ratesetter*, Rebuilding Society*, Savy*, Soisy*, Sourced*, Swaper*, TFGcrowd*, ThinCats*, Twino*, Viainvest*, Viventor*, Zopa*.
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