It has been exactly two years since the launch of the European P2P investment platform Robo.cash. For the time of operation, it has demonstrated steady growth and raised €5.6 million of investments, which allowed to finance 760,000 loans totaling €66 million.
According to the recent findings on the investors' profile of the European P2P platform Robo.cash, despite women are less likely to invest and usually tend to consider investing in their 30s or 40s, their average investments are 40% more than men have.
The European P2P platform Robo.cash has been recently joined by the leading Russian microfinance company MFC Zaymer which has supplied investors with the opportunity to invest in short-term loans issued by its online lending service Zaymer.ru. An expected annual return for investors will comprise up to 14% in EUR and up to 18% in for loans listed in RUB.
The European p2p platform Robo.cash marks its results in six months of 2018 and highlights a significant milestone of €4 million attracted investments that facilitated funding of half a million loans which total size amounted to over €40 million. The gained results are believed to directly correlate with the growing interest in the alternative finance market.