Go & Grow, API updates and self-service

For the dreamers May was an exciting month for the Bondora team, with the final preparation work completed for the public release of our latest investment service Go & Grow. This has proved to be hugely popular so far, accounting for 24% of the total amount invested in the platform in May. As a result, … Continue reading “Go & Grow, API updates and self-service”

Fintech in Wales, GDPR and more in this month’s news catch-up

P2P-Banking wrote an article on Bondora’s latest and most simple way to invest; Go & Grow. If you haven’t heard anything about it yet, here are some of the best advantages: 6.75%* p.a., via a completely automated service Instant liquidity, meaning you can access your cash at any time Low risk, thanks to a diversified … Continue reading “Fintech in Wales, GDPR and more in this month’s news catch-up”

Go & Grow for the dreamers

Over the recent months, you may have heard about our latest way to invest called ‘Go & Grow’. In fact, you may already be in the lucky segment of investors who gained early access to Go & Grow. There’s been a huge amount of excitement around this product within the P2P community, at events we … Continue reading “Go & Grow for the dreamers”

Bondora’s most simple way to invest gains huge popularity

Welcome to another post from our monthly funding statistics series. Here, we talk about the most popular investment methods used by our customers in May and how this has changed since the previous month. Against the trend of previous month, Portfolio Pro and Portfolio Manager decreased in popularity in May thanks to the introduction of … Continue reading “Bondora’s most simple way to invest gains huge popularity”

A tip on Portfolio diversification

Here’s another investing tip from us today. In order to manage your risks, it is important to diversify within your portfolio, meaning, you should not put all your eggs in one basket. Instead, you should diversify across a wide variety of loans to reduce your overall risk of losses. You can achieve this via our … Continue reading “A tip on Portfolio diversification”

Meet Marcin, an entrepreneur and Bondora investor from Poland

1. Tell us about yourself and what you do for fun. I am an entrepreneur. A few years ago I was deeply involved in alternative investments (fine wine), right now I co-own an esthetic medicine clinic and run an educational foundation devoted to helping people with alopecia. In my free time, I like to cycle … Continue reading “Meet Marcin, an entrepreneur and Bondora investor from Poland”

A near-century old book reveals the secret to wealth for P2P investors

It’s 1926. Physicist Erwin Schrödinger publishes his theory of wave mechanics and presents what becomes known as the Schrödinger equation in quantam mechanics. The Finnish athlete Paavo Nurmi runs the world record 3000m. Houdini stays in a coffin underwater for 1.5 hours before escaping. And one of the worlds most famous personal finance books, ’The … Continue reading “A near-century old book reveals the secret to wealth for P2P investors”

3 tips to help you make the most of your Bondora account

In the past few weeks, we’ve created a ‘quick tip’ video series where our Investor Relations Associates cover some common questions raised by our customers. In case you missed them, you can catch up with our top 3 tips here. 1 – Withdrawals If you have any confusion regarding making withdrawals to your credit card … Continue reading “3 tips to help you make the most of your Bondora account”

A tip for Withdrawals

Here’s our top tip for today. We’ve seen that some of our investors might be confused with withdrawals to credit card and to regular bank account. To keep it simple, if you have made credit card deposits, you must first withdraw your total credit card deposit back to the credit card before regular bank account … Continue reading “A tip for Withdrawals”

Check out the performance of our loan portfolio here

Welcome to another data blog post from Bondora, below we take a look in to the actual and targeted net returns from investments by country, year and quarter. It’s important to note that the most recent quarter will nearly always show a higher return as the loans have only recently been issued and at this … Continue reading “Check out the performance of our loan portfolio here”