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Cash Recoveries Continue to Climb

Collection & Recovery

May was another month of growth for Bondora recoveries. While the cumulative cashflow dropped slightly, the total number of recoveries increased compared to April. All told, there were 70,729 missed payment recoveries by Bondora in May. This is a slight 1.1% increase from April. Bailiff recoveries continue to drive Bondora recoveries, up 1.6% from last…

Bondora Investments Exceeded €10M in May

Market & Pricing

Exciting news! Investors exceeded the €10 million mark in May, hitting €10,151,227 in total investments on the month. This is a 12.2% increase compared to April and a significant milestone for Bondora in 2021. Let’s see if investments will continue on this upward path of growth. All Bondora product categories grew in May. But it…

Cash Recoveries Continue to Climb

Collection & Recovery

May was another month of growth for Bondora recoveries. While the cumulative cashflow dropped slightly, the total number of recoveries increased compared to April. All told, there were 70,729 missed payment recoveries by Bondora in May. This is a slight 1.1% increase from April. Bailiff recoveries continue to drive Bondora recoveries, up 1.6% from last…

Bondora Investments Exceeded €10M in May

Market & Pricing

Exciting news! Investors exceeded the €10 million mark in May, hitting €10,151,227 in total investments on the month. This is a 12.2% increase compared to April and a significant milestone for Bondora in 2021. Let’s see if investments will continue on this upward path of growth. All Bondora product categories grew in May. But it…

Bondora originations hit €10M for the first time in 2021

Market & Pricing

After forecasting growth in last month’s post, Bondora originations increased exceptionally in May. After totaling €9,224,428 in April, originations came to €10,421,636 over the month, a strong 13.0% growth rate. Breakdown by country Bondora continues to only provide originations in Estonia and Finland in 2021, although we’re anticipating reopening the Spanish market soon. Both countries’…

Secondary Market Activity Increases in May

Market & Pricing

The Bondora Secondary Market provided consistent transaction numbers to April’s. However, they are still lower than historical figures. All told, €242,322 was transacted on the Bondora Secondary Market in May—a 0.9% increase from the previous month. But it’s still well below the €269,831 total transaction figure for March. Interestingly, only API transactions were higher this…

How to Take Your Summer Holiday Without Going Broke

Finance Tips

Now that the coronavirus has cooled off and the weather is heating up, many people are getting ready to take their summer holidays. So dust off your maps and get your swimming trunks on, because your next holiday trip awaits. But before you break the bank on a lavish trip, why not explore the ways…

Bondora Investments Soar Over €10 Million

Bondora

2021 is proving to be a year of continuous, sustainable growth for Bondora. Investments and loan originations continue to build on the momentum we’ve seen since the end of 2020. And in May, we’ve breached the €10M origination mark, just as we’d speculated last month. Investments are performing equally strong, with €10,151,227 invested during May….

In case you missed it: Bondora 2020 Financial Results released

Bondora

On 19 May 2021, we announced our Financial Results for 2020. And we couldn’t be prouder. Despite the challenges brought about by the global pandemic and consequent economic struggles, Bondora increased its revenue and net profit, had multiple record-breaking recovery & collection figures, and grew its customer base significantly. Check out the highlights below: Key…

Finance News Headlines You Need to Read Today

Finance industry

Is London’s place as Europe’s financial capital in jeopardy? Is London’s time as the financial center of Europe at an end? This is what many, including one of the UK’s biggest banks, NatWest, are saying. The bank’s chairman Howard Davies believes that Brexit will cut off Britain from the EU in more ways than previously…