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IuteCredit grows on Mintos again by launching car loans from Moldova

IuteCredit has yet again expanded its presence on the Mintos p2p lending marketplace and has launched Moldova-issued car loans. This is in addition to the personal loans already offered for investment in the country by the loan originator.

IuteCredit Group commenced its operations in Moldova in 2008. It is currently one of the alternative finance market leaders in the country with a net loan portfolio of EUR 29 million as at the end of January 2019.

If you invest for the first time at Mintos don’t forget that you can get 1% cashback bonus for the investments made in the first three months (90 days), more details HERE.

What IuteCredit Moldova offers on Mintos:

  • Loans listed in EUR issued in Moldova;
  • The average car loan is EUR 4 000;
  • Net annual returns of up to up to 11% for its loans;
  • IuteCredit Moldova offers a buyback guarantee and will repurchase all loans delinquent for 60 days or more.
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Lenndy peer-to-peer lending marketplace overview

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Lenndy is a peer-to-peer lending marketplace, where investors can invest in loans by buying out prior issued loan rights. Using the platform operators’ technological solutions, non-banking loan administrators have the option to transfer rights of claim arising from any credit agreement. This model allows investors to redeem already committed loans and get 12-15% interest.
Loans at Lenndy are sold by loan originators, that are issuing loans for businesses only. Loan originators transfers their issued loan documentation and Lenndy operator presents them in loan list, after successful valuation results. Only 95 % of loans can be sold at Lenndy, to ensure that Loan Originator also keeps part of the loans with all investors, who made the investment. Lending Marketplace is named as a P2P 2.0 version, because users are investing in already issued loans, and borrowers doesn’t have to wait until all the amount will be collected from many investors.

If you invest for the first time at Lenndy don’t forget that you can get € 10 bonus if you invest minimum 100 EURO in one or more loans, more details HERE.

What type of investments can be made?

Investors can select among many loans issued by loan originators. Currently, our loan originators issue secured car loans, mortgage loans, invoice factoring or other business loans. Most of the loans have pledged collateral and buyback guarantee provided by respective loan originators.
There are two types of loans – 1) secured loans with collateral and 2) unsecured loans without any collateral. For secured loans collateral may be real estate in the case of a mortgage loan, a vehicle in the case of a car loan or equipment in the case of a business loan as well as many other types of collateral as indicated at the description of each loan.

Who is eligible to invest?

Both individuals and entities can invest through Lenndy. Individual investors must be at least 18 years old and have an active Paysera account with III or IV identification Level. Businesses can invest at Lenndy after the owner or the authorized person reaches Level III or Level IV at Paysera bank.

In what currencies can investments be made?

All investments are made in EURO.

Investing

Before the investment it is important to know:
1. the platform operators rules and loan and privacy policy;
2. the information about loan in which you want to invest:
– repayment conditions;
– obligations of all parties;
– pledged assets and other guarantors (e.g. personal guarantee);
– cases and sanctions of delays in the payment of contributions;

How the free registration works?

1. The investor registers to the platform.
2. Verifies the e-mail address.
3. Registers with the online bank „PAYSERA“ system and carry out the transfer to the platform account, this way confirming his identity.
4. The investor gets acquainted with submitted business loans on the platform.
5. Invests in selected business loan;
6. The investor can see all the information about the loans and contributions that are displayed in his account.

Loan originator‘s buyback guarantee is one of the key advantages for Lenndy investors, which means that loan originator buys back outstanding loan amount with interest from investors when borrower fails to pay for 60 days. Buyback guarantee is valid for loans with buyback icon.
When investing funds, you should be prepared to hold the investment through to its maturity date. However, Lenndy offers a secondary market that may provide liquidity in certain circumstances. Lenndy, as a market maker, may also buy back an investment by entering into a mutual agreement with you.
Also, keep in mind that sometimes you might receive monthly principal and interest payments, which will reduce your investment in a respective loan over time.

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Mogo has just launched its Georgia-issued secured car loans on Mintos p2p lending marketplace

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Mogo is now offering investors even more investment opportunities on the marketplace, as Mogo Georgia has just launched on Mintos. Mogo is the largest non-bank car loan provider in the Baltic region, and Mogo Georgia is a market leader for non-bank car loans in Georgia. Investors can now invest in its Georgia-issued secured car loans listed in Euro (EUR) and Georgian lari (GEL) on the marketplace.

Established in 2012, Mogo’s business model is based on its fast customer service and open communication. As a result, the company has more than 40 000 clients worldwide. Headquartered in Latvia, it also has operations in Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland and Romania.

The average Georgia-issued car loan from Mogo is around EUR 1 500 and GEL 4 500, with a typical repayment period of 33 months. Investors can expect an annual net return of up to 14% for its loans listed in EUR loans and up to 18% for its GEL loans.

To maintain its skin in the game, Mogo will keep 5% of each loan. All Georgia-issued loans from the company are secured with a buyback guarantee and will be repurchased if a loan is delinquent for 60 days or more.

Mogo Georgia was founded in June 2014 and has since issued 35 781 loans worth more than EUR 55.7 million. The company offers residents of Georgia car loans with repayment periods up to 72 months and allows borrowers to receive their loan on the same day of their application.

The typical borrower from Mogo Georgia is a male who is 32 years of age. He has a regular income and is approaching Mogo because he wants a simple, fast and hassle-free service. Whilst a bank is the cheaper option to receive a loan in Georgia, they also require many documents and there can be a lengthy waiting time to receive the funds. Banks also try to avoid supplying financing for used cars and only disburse these loans for their long-term clients. Therefore, Mogo is the fastest way to buy a car with minimal down-payment, as well as receive a loan quickly by using your car as collateral.

Mogo launched on Mintos in 2015 and so far around EUR 132 million has been invested in its loans on the marketplace. In addition to the Georgia-issued loans, Mogo also offers you the opportunity to invest in its loans from Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania, as well as unsecured personal loans from Latvia, on Mintos. These investment opportunities are now available in four currencies – EUR, British pound (GBP), GEL and Polish zloty (PLN).

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Mogo adds loans from Bulgaria to the Mintos marketplace

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Non-bank car loan provider Mogo continues strengthening its presence on the Mintos marketplace by adding Mogo car loans issued in Bulgaria to its offering to investors. Bulgaria is the sixth Mogo Group market represented on Mintos.

Mogo is one of the top loan originators on the Mintos marketplace. Mogo joined Mintos in March 2015, and has since funded car loans worth EUR 56 million through the marketplace. To date, the average net annual return offered for Mogo loans has been above 12%.

The new loans Mogo will place on the Mintos marketplace will range from EUR 500 to EUR 10 000, with a repayment period of up to 72 months. The average net annual return to investors will range from 8 to 14%.

Loans with and without the buyback guarantee will be offered. Mogo Group has committed via a Letter of Comfort to provide additional intragroup funding to Mogo Bulgaria, if its needed to meet obligations to investors.

To retain its skin in the game, Mogo will keep at least 5% of each loan placed on the Mintos marketplace on its balance sheet.

With a total of more than EUR 300 million in loans originated since the company was founded in 2012, Mogo Group is the largest non-bank car loan provider in the region, with operations in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Georgia, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. Mogo started operations in Bulgaria in March 2017. To date, car loans worth EUR 800 000 have been issued.

The typical Mogo customer is an economically active person with a stable income for whom comfort, mobility and time are important factors in their daily life.

The aggregate net loan portfolio of Mogo Group was EUR 80 million as of June 2017. It has EUR 12 million in equity and EUR 90 million in assets. Mogo Group has demonstrated consistent profitability. Last year, it generated EUR 6 million in net profit and projects to generate about EUR 10 million in net profit in 2017. Mogo Group is audited by PwC.

Mogo Group currently employs more than 200 people, while the number of active customers exceeds 35 000. See more information about the performance of Mogo Group in this presentation.

If you use Auto Invest on the Mintos marketplace and want to invest in Mogo loans issued in Bulgaria, make sure to adjust your Auto Invest settings accordingly.

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Mogo offers loans from Romania on the Mintos marketplace

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Non-bank car loan provider Mogo has added car loans issued in Romania to its offering on the Mintos marketplace. Thus, Romania is the the fifth Mogo Group market represented on Mintos, alongside Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.

Mogo is one of the top loan originators on the Mintos marketplace. Mogo joined Mintos in March 2015, and has since funded car loans worth EUR 54 million through the marketplace. To date, the average net annual return offered for Mogo loans has been 12.3%.

The new loans Mogo will place on the Mintos marketplace will range from EUR 500 to EUR 10 000, with a repayment period of up to 72 months. The average net annual return to investors will range from 8 to 14%.

Loans with and without the buyback guarantee will be offered. Mogo Group has committed via a Letter of Comfort to provide additional intragroup funding to Mogo Romania, if needed to meet obligations to investors.

To retain its skin in the game, Mogo will keep at least 5% of each loan placed on the Mintos marketplace on its balance sheet.

With a total of more than EUR 300 million in loans originated since the company was founded in 2012, Mogo Group is the largest non-bank car loan provider in the region, with operations in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Georgia, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. Mogo started operations in Romania in January 2017. To date, loans worth EUR 1.5 million have been issued.

The typical Mogo customer is an economically active person with a stable income for whom comfort, mobility and time are important factors in their daily life.

The aggregate net loan portfolio of Mogo Group was EUR 80 million as of June 2017. The company has EUR 12 million in equity and EUR 90 million in assets. Mogo Group has demonstrated consistent profitability. Last year, it generated EUR 6 million in net profit.

Mogo Group currently employs more than 200 people, while the number of active customers exceeds 35 000.

To obtain exposure to Mogo Romania loans, investors will be able to invest in loans issued by Mintos Finance, a Mintos group company, to Mogo Romania where repayments depend on the borrower’s payments. Each loan issued by Mintos Finance to Mogo Romania will be pegged to a respective loan issued by Mogo Romania to the final borrower.

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