Global trends suggest: P2P lending is getting closer to traditional banking in terms of volumes. The capitalization of banking (€ 7 trillion in the 2nd quarter of 2019) is still many times greater, but the sector is slow, which becomes one of the key factors stimulating the growth of its alternative counterpart. This makes banking be more attentive to the success of P2P lenders.
A recent poll by the European P2P platform Robo.cash revealed that these days, the majority of P2P investors prefer to allocate most of their funds in consumer loans. Remarkably, their preferences in this regard have not changed since the previous poll in 2019 and consequently, have not been influenced by the current economic situation.
We continue the series of articles about famous investors who earned a lot with their investment principles and helped others to increase the welfare. One of them is Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a successful investor whose approach combines mathematics, philosophy and the ability to see simple, but not always obvious things.
On April 7th at 13:00 CET, Founder and CEO Robocash Group Sergey Sedov will hold a live webcast for investors.
A recent survey conducted by the European P2P platform Robo.cash shows that nearly half of P2P investors take a platform's business model into consideration, especially during the crisis. In particular, 42.8% of them are more confident in those operating within a group of companies.