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Investors’ confidence in P2P lending is growing in Europe

Alex Marginean

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According to a survey by the platform Robo.cash, 64.9% of the European P2P investors have full confidence in P2P lending. Remarkably, 52.3% of respondents mentioned that P2P loans take a considerable share of their investment portfolio – over 25%.

The fully-automated P2P service Robo.cash surveyed 600 European P2P investors. According to the findings, 45.4% of respondents consider P2P lending reliable for investments, although they were hesitant at first. Another 19.5% of investors have trusted this sector from the very beginning.

The level of confidence in P2P lending is also observed in the distribution of funds in the investment portfolios. It’s no secret that most investors look for diversification by investing in various assets – stocks, bonds, cryptocurrencies etc. It is remarkable that 52.3% of respondents said that investments in P2P loans take more than 25% of their portfolios. 7% of respondents mentioned investing only in P2P lending.

Commenting on the results of the survey, Sergey Sedov, Chief Executive Officer of Robocash Group, added: “The expertise of online lending platforms is one of the factors influencing the degree of investors’ confidence. We see this by the example of our own P2P platform. In 2017, when Robo.cash was just launched, the average monthly number of new investors joining the platform was 140. In 2019, it has grown to 360. Investors’ trust is also reflected in the volume of invested funds. Today, we have 382 users who have allocated the maximum possible amount compared to 125 at the end of 2018. Looking at the European P2P lending on the whole, it is clear that its volumes keep growing from year to year. Developing at a fast pace, this segment will continue gaining trust of the increasing number of investors.”

About RoboCash:

Robo.cash is a Croatia-based fully automated P2P platform with a buyback guarantee on investments operating within the European Union and Switzerland. Launched in February 2017, the platform belongs to the financial holding Robocash Group that unites non-bank consumer lending companies in seven markets in Europe and Asia. As a part of the group, Robo.cash works according to a “peer-to-portfolio” model providing an opportunity to invest in short-term loans issued by the affiliated companies. For the time of operation, it has attracted over €9 mln of investments, which has allowed to finance €115 mln worth of loans.

 

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