Coronavirus pandemic, which started actively spreading in Europe in March and April, caused unrest among P2P investors. Concerned about the increase in default rates, some of them started looking for other investment opportunities. Let’s see how justified they are in the current reality.
Today, we are sharing the information on how our loan originators performed in the 3rd quarter of 2020.
Gender inequality still remains to be an issue in the investment world. The majority of investors are men, which is partially explained by the difference in education, psychology and living conditions. On average, women earn less than men, their career suspends or even stops when they give birth to children. Nevertheless, some of them have great financial skills and reach success. Today, we will continue the series of articles about the investing principles of the great people with stories about female investors.
In the last three years, Robocash Group has shown sustainable growth and has developed significantly. Actions always speak louder than words, so today we are presenting the audited combined financial statements by KPMG International Cooperative to be more transparent to our investors.
The European P2P lending platform Robo.cash has found that the demand of investors for long-term loans offered by its Singaporean loan originator is rising. In August, the platform’s users funded €1.5 mln of these loans, which is twice as much as in June. This might mark a new trend among P2P investors.