Strong September across the board for Bondora

Platform Overview

Every month we give you an overview from the previous month’s statistics so you can stay updated with everything Bondora market-related. In September there were stable increases across the board, from investments and recoveries, to loan originations and Secondary Market activity. With this sustainable growth in investments, investors can continue to build their wealth with peace of mind. Enjoy this summary of September’s market statistics and what it means for you as an investor.

September showed stable increases across the board.
September showed stable increases across the board.

In September, 3,662 people joined Bondora, bringing the \number of investors to 137,336. In total, €382M has been invested and investors have earned more than €48M in returns over the last 11 years.

Bondora investor stats

In September a total of 64,890 unpaid loans were recovered in the collection and recovery process. This translates to a total value of €655,976 in unpaid loans. It’s also the 8th month in a row that we see an increase in the number of loans recovered. Once again, investors can enjoy peace of mind knowing that we’ll do everything we can to ensure debt is collected and investors’ best interests are protected.

There was solid growth in product funding, as a total of €2,968,622 was invested. Portfolio Pro and Portfolio Manager both saw increases, while Go & Grow and the API’s investments declined from August. Portfolio Manager remains the leader of the pack with €1,159,262 invested. Portfolio Pro is the second most popular option for the second month in a row, coming in at €966,668. A total of €764,197 was invested into Go & Grow.

The Secondary Market mirrors July’s numbers as it climbs again in September. The total value of transactions was €461,996.46. It’s slightly higher than in August, showing a moderate increase in activity.

Loan originations for Estonia totaled €2,968,622 in September, indicating good growth from August’s €2,763,081. Loan originations are still only taking place in Estonia for the foreseeable future in an effort to ensure stability in a time of economic uncertainty.

If you enjoy these breakdowns, follow our blog for weekly, more in-depth analyses of the Bondora market. Every month we take a detailed look at:

  • Recoveries
  • Product funding
  • Portfolio performance
  • Secondary Market
  • Loan originations

So stay tuned to better determine your investment strategy, loan portfolio preferences, and more.