VIDEO: Weekly summary – December 28, 2016

POSTS FROM PAST WEEK

Using the Planned Future Cash Flow report

In this post we explained how the Planned Future Cash Flow report can give investors a quick and aggregated view of their portfolio’s future cash flow structure.

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Weekly industry news roundup – December 26, 2016

In our review of the latest news in the world of marketplace lending we looked at a piece from National Real Estate Investor which reflected industry growth of 700 percent in the last four years. This indicates investor’s drive for stronger returns. Crowdfund Insider discussed how the regulatory landscape will continue to develop as more robust standards boost the industry. Business Insider forecasted increasing competition as a major aspect of the P2P world in 2017. Moody’s projected that the credit quality of marketplace lending loans will remain largely stable throughout 2017. Forbes India published an article on the company DV01 which is a service that gives investors “the ability to track the performance of thousands of loans in a few clicks.” Finally, Crowdfund Insider gave a brief breakdown of the Q1 and Q3 2016 performance in the P2P arena while mentioning Bondora.

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Register and login with your Facebook account

In this post we explained the easy, step-by-step process for getting started with Bondora fast using an existing Facebook account. After Bondora verifies the account with your permission you can begin funding the account and selecting your Portfolio Manager risk style. Remember, you may revoke the permission required for Bondora to access your Facebook account at any time.

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Statistic reports: Investment risk profile per issued month

On Thursday we brought you the monthly risk profile graph in the private statistics page which represents a user’s exposure to overdue loans. This visual provides a quick reference to see how much of the user’s profile consists of overdue loans, repaid loans and current loans. The data is a risk management tool.

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