Recently, the European P2P investment platform Robo.cash conducted a survey among P2P investors. According to its results, the popularity of P2P investments is on the rise: 69% of the respondents started investing over the last two years, and 35% of investors allocated more than €10,000 on P2P lending platforms in 2018.
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.
Robo.cash has started a survey for P2P-investors to see what has changed compared to the previous year. We invite all the P2P-investors to take part in it. Your contribution is very important to us!
The European P2P platform Robo.cash has summed up the results of the past year. They demonstrate a growing interest in using the platform: the number of investors doubled compared to 2017, and the total volume of attracted investments reached €5 million.
The European P2P platform Robo.cash has been recently joined by its first lending company in Southeast Asia Robocash Finance Corp. Now users of the platform have an opportunity to invest in the Philippine short-term consumer loans in EUR with an annual return of up to 12%.
Starting Monday, November 19, 2018, all new euro loans to be added to Robo.cash will provide an annual net return up to 12%. Considering the news, the users of the platform need to update their portfolio settings.
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 Russian largest forum for discussion and analysis of existing trends and future challenges in the financial industry FINOPOLIS 2018 took place in Sochi on 17-19 October 2018. One of the speakers was the Founder of the “peer-to-platform” platform Robo.cash Sergey Sedov who shared the experience of implementing robotized p2p investing in Europe to overcome the issue with funding shortage.
The European Р2Р platform Robo.cash has been recently joined by a new loan originator LLP Z-Finance which provides short-term private lending in Kazakhstan. For the users of the platform, it means more opportunities to invest in short-term loans listed in euro with a repayment period up to 30 days and an expected interest rate up to 12% per annum.
Adjustment and continuous improvements of the business workflow and underwriting algorithms with a focus on the mentality of customers enable efficiency and expansion of the alternative lending business, proves the example of the European P2P platform Robo.cash and the affiliated loan originators which are united in an international financial group.