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POSTS FROM PAST WEEK
Get a granular report of your Secondary Market history
Yesterday’s post is another one from our Reports series. This time we talk about the Secondary Market archive report. With this report investors can get an in-depth look at their Secondary Market history and performance.
Weekly industry news roundup – January 16, 2017
Yahoo Finance released an article explaining that The Marketplace Lending Association now has eleven new members.
Crowdfund Insider wrote about the firm DV01 which announced a collaboration with credit reporting firm Experian in their ongoing effort to create a resource for P2P analytics.
Forbes published an article outlining best practices for marketplace lending customers.
Forbes posted another article titled, “Why You Should Invest in Peer-To-Peer Loans in 2017.” The author underscores the fact that a P2P investment has a relatively low correlation with the stock market.
Business Insider shared news of some changes at UK Bank Barclays designed to meet the needs of customers increasingly flocking to the marketplace lending world.
Bondora got a mention from Estonian news outlet Postimees citing a recent government research according to which Bondora is the largest P2P platform operating in Estonia, followed by Airbnb and Booking.com.
Earn commission by sharing the Refer-A-Friend link to your Gmail and Outlook contacts
Last Friday, we gave our investors a step by step guide on how to easily share the Refer-A-Friend link to their Gmail and Outlook contacts straight from the investor Dashboard.
Performance of recovery process – January 2017
Past Thursday we provided another monthly loan recovery update.
The past years average, from Q4 of 2015 to Q3 of 2016, Estonian loan recovery is still hovering near 64%.
Finlands loan recoveries saw slight increases for Q3 and Q4 of 2014, but the past years average has decreased 5 basis, from 52% to 47%, compared to a month ago.
The average recoveries for Spanish and Slovakian loans continued to decrease for the period of 2015 and forward, with recoveries of 42% and 84% respectively.