The Italian Market for Peer-to-Peer Lending According to data from the latest report by Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Italy had a total funding volume of €475.5 million in 2018, up from €240.7 million in 2017.
Assetz Capital was the first peer-to-peer lending platform in UK to facilitate secured collateral-backed loans. All loans are in GBP and collateral backed with security of property or UK business. Assetz offers IFISA and quick access to funds.
Crowdestate is a real estate crowdfunding marketplace for direct peer-to-peer lending founded in Estonia in 2014. The platform offers pre-vetted loan investment opportunities within the area of real estate, business and mortgage lending.
Bulkestate is primarily a real estate lending platform that allows investors to lend directly to developers of property mainly in Riga. Furthermore, they offer the unique service of Group Buying apartment owner titles at whole building sales.
Lendahand is a social impact lending platform for individual lenders who want to support and invest in SMEs and entrepreneurs in developing economies. The purpose of Lendahand is to enable ordinary people to lend money as cheap as possible.
Bondster is a marketplace for peer-to-peer lending that offers investments in loans from various called loan originators, which are non-bank financial institutions. Most loans are secured by by real estate or buyback guarantee.
The Danish Market for Crowdlending According to data the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Denmark had a total alternative finance and crowdfunding funding volume of DKK 943.9m (€129.2m) in 2018.
The Norwegian Market for Crowdlending In 2019, the total Norwegian market for crowdfunding reached a yearly funding volume of NOK 442 million (~€38.4 million). This corresponds to a yearly growth of 72.2%, up from NOK 256.7 million in 2018.
The Swedish Market for Crowdlending According to data from the latest report by Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Sweden had a total funding volume of €266.1 million in 2018. In 2017, up from a total volume of €196,1 million in 2017.
Reward crowdfunding is a very popular way for startups and entrepreneurs to receive the necessary capital in order to initialize the first steps of getting a business up and running. This is mostly done by pre-selling a product to fund the campaign.