Categories: News, Lending, Borrowing

Lenders need to relend

June 18th, 2013
P2P Money
There was a recent comment on the P2P money blog stating: Peer to Peer lending is not all its cracked up to be and the rates are misleading. If you lend £10,000 for 5 years at 5%, you will receive a fixed payment every month that consists of both cap… more »

RateSetter and Zopa win Moneywise awards

June 15th, 2013
RateSetter
RateSetter and Zopa were winners in the Moneywise customer service awards.  RateSetter won the overall award for Most Trusted Specialist, and Zopa continued their previous success by winning the Most Trusted Loan Provider for the 4th year in a row. Pee… more »

1 in 4 could consider P2P lending in 2014

June 5th, 2013
ReBuildingSociety
ReBuildingSociety has comissioned some consumer research regarding the future size of the peer-to-peer lending market.  They state that 17% of consumers are already considering investing in P2P lending schemes over the next 12 months, and this could ris… more »

RateSetter's provision fund tops £1million

June 5th, 2013
RateSetter
RateSetter, the UK's second largest peer-to-peer company specialising in personal loans has announced this week that its provision fund - the pot of money that will repay lenders if their borrower defaults - has passed the £1million mark. Zopa, the UK'… more »

Zopa loans at 4.9% APR

May 17th, 2013
Zopa
Zopa, the leading peer-to-peer company in the UK, have loans of £8000 over 36 months at a record low of 4.9% APR for an A* borrower.  Loans of between £8000 and £10,000 have an APR of less than 5.0%.  This is a market leading rate and should attract a n… more »