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Rank #34
Business Loans
Real Estate Loans
Direct Marketplace Lending
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Funded Since September 2014
Minimum Investment
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Secondary Market
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What is Ablrate?

Ablrate operates a direct marketplace lending platform, which means it operates the "traditional" or "pure" P2P lending model and serves as an online space where borrowers can apply for loans and investors can fund projects. Ablrate is run by Aviation and Tech Capital Ltd, headquatered in the United Kingdom. It's been granted a credit license from United Kingdom's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Ablrate gives you the chance to provide funding to business owners, and real estate developers by investing in business loans, and real estate loans. You can also apply for funding if you are a business owner, or a real estate developer.

What does Ablrate offer?

At Ablrate, you can invest in projects denominated in GBP starting from £1. You can also buy and sell loans on a secondary market.

Ablrate separates investors’ funds from the platform company assets and has a wind-down plan in place to ensure minimal damage in case the platform goes out of business. It discloses statistics about its funded loans on a dedicated public page and shares its monthly funding volumes with P2PMarketData.

Who founded Ablrate?

Ablrate was started in 2012 by David Bradley-Ward. David has over 10 years of experience. His professional background is mainly in aviation, and finance. David has been, among other positions, a CEO at ASMX Limited — a blockchain solution provider, and a Director at Phoenix Aircraft Capital Corp — an aircraft lease corporation. He's graduated from Royal Air Force in Engineering.

Ablrate Details

Legal Company Name
Aviation and Tech Capital Ltd
Business ID
Main Currency
British Pound Sterling (£)
Headquarters Location
United Kingdom
Founded Date
February 2012
Launch Date
September 2014

How is Ablrate regulated?

License Name License Key Regulatory Entity Country
Consumer Credit Provider 724444 Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) United Kingdom

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