1 000 of investors funded more than €2 million in short-term loans
According to the statistics of ROBO.CASH, the thousandth investor joined the peer-to-portfolio platform in the middle of September 2017, when the number of attracted funds reached over 2 million Euros.
All investors are represented by residents of 28 countries of the European Union who have funded assets into short-term loans issued in Spain and Kazakhstan with an average payment due date no later than 18 days.
As the recent research conducted by Robo.cash has shown, the most active investors come from Germany, Spain, Austria, Czech Republic and Latvia. The total sum of earned interests has amounted to more than €50.000 since the start of the platform’s work. The average deposit per investor has comprised 3.270 EUR.
According to the in-house data of Robo.cash, the maximum amount funded has comprised 606 EUR. To be noted is that in 66% cases the robot has invested the entrusted assets into loans with a size of 20 – 100 EUR and thrice less into loans of 101 – 200 EUR that have amounted to 21%. Loans within the range of 0 – 20 EUR have been financed in 7% of cases. Far have rarely been funded ranges of 201 – 400 EUR in 5% and 401 – 606 EUR in 1% of cases that is explained by the type of issued loans: PDL-, Instalment and Secured loans.
“Despite the short period of work in the P2P lending market, Robo.cash has grown remarkably thus proving its attractiveness for the European investors. We will definitely remain attentive to our investors and develop new markets in the nearest future in order to keep up with the growing demand,” — said Sergey Sedov, the founder and CEO of Robo.cash.