Bondora kept the pace set by record originations in April. Total originations in May were almost identical to the previous month, coming in at €10,853,825, within 0.1% of originations in April. Investment in Portfolio Manager increased on the month by 11.9% to €1,757,248. Concurrently, investment in Go & Grow continued to increase, albeit slightly, to €6,985,651 up 1.3%. Investors put less capital this month into Portfolio Pro, which was down 12.2% compared to last month, settling at a total of €2,096,088 in May.

Slight shifts, as the overall trend remains

Since taking over the lion’s share of Bondora investments, Go & Grow has not given up any ground, and in fact, has increased its share of total investment to 64%, up 1% from April. There was a slight shift in investment out of Portfolio Pro and into Portfolio Manager, as Portfolio Pro’s total share dropped to 19%, while Portfolio Manager garnered 16% of all Bondora investments on the platform.

April originations
May originations

Will the new trend last?

In the last year, Go & Grow has steadily climbed to becoming the most widely used product on Bondora. If the past few months are any indication, Go & Grow has supplanted its place as the tool that Bondora customers feel most comfortable using. This is because of its stability, solid returns*, and automated nature which makes it easy for anyone, no matter what their financial knowledge, to invest.

At the same time, Portfolio Pro and Portfolio Manager options still give investors the opportunity to customize their investments based on a specific investment strategy or preference. This gives Go & Grow customers other options to explore when they are ready. 

Learn more about the different Bondora investment options here.

*As with any investment, your capital is at risk and the investments are not guaranteed. The yield is up to 6.75% p.a. Before deciding to invest, please review our risk statement or consult with a financial advisor if necessary