At Bondora they are proud to announce that they’ve surpassed €100 million in loans funded and they’re just getting started. The milestone is important to them not simply because of the financial aspects. They’re proud that 28,850 p2p lending investors have placed their trust in their marketplace lending platform. As a result, those loans have generated more than €15 million in interest payments for Bondora investors, that’s value you can measure.

When investors join Bondora they earn more than a return on their money. They earn the satisfaction that comes with an investment that empowers people seeking to improve their life or make a dream come true. This important milestone comes at a time when we’ll soon celebrate 10 years in the world of peer-to-peer lending. They’ve worked with investors and lenders in 88 countries. They’ve reached across the globe because our interface is designed with their users in mind. They offer a level of transparency, ease of use, and engagement that few other P2P platforms do.

Road to €100 million invested on Bondora

10 years of Bondora

At Bondora, milestones have become part of their culture. In 2009, after significant beta testing they became the first lending marketplace in the Nordics. Their early success in the region allowed them to expand their presence. In 2012  they became the world’s first cross-border P2P lender as  they opened their doors to investors across Europe.

As  they continued the dialogue with their users  they developed more ways to make marketplace investing accessible. In 2015, for example,  they initiated standardized risk-based pricing which made it easy for investors to compare loans across markets. Additionally,  they’ve made it simple for users to leverage granular-level information on each of the loans they’ve funded so they have full comfort in their return.

As a P2P platform, you cannot reach €100 million in investments and more than 28,000 investors without having a system that works and a company that people trust.


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Source: Bondora