- Funded Since December 2015
- Minimum Investment
What is Lend?
Lend 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. Lend is managed by Switzerlend AG, based in Switzerland. It’s associated with a self-regulatory organisation in Switzerland - PolyReg Self-Regulatory Organisation.
Lend gives you the opportunity to provide funding to individuals, and real estate developers by investing in personal loans, and real estate loans. You can also apply for funding if you are an individual seeking financing, or a real estate developer.
What does Lend offer?
At Lend, you can invest in projects denominated in CHF starting from CHF1,000.
Lend 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 Lend?
Florian has over 15 years of experience. His professional background is mainly in finance, and fintech. Florian has been, for example, a Co-Founder and Board Member of Splendit — a p2p student loan platform, and an European Head of Corporate Credit Trading at UBS — a global financial services firm. He holds a Master's degree from University of Zurich in Economics.
Michel has over 20 years of experience. His professional background is mainly in fintech, and law. Michel has been, for example, a Co-Founder and President of the Board of Splendit — a p2p student loan platform, and a Legal Advisor at UBS — a global financial services firm. He's graduated from University of Zurich in Law.
- Legal Company Name
- Switzerlend AG
- Business ID
- Main Currency
- Swiss Franc (CHF)
- Headquarters Location
- Founded Date
- July 2015
- Launch Date
- December 2015
How is Lend regulated?
|License Name||License Key||Regulatory Entity||Country|
|Self-regulated||PolyReg Self-Regulatory Organisation||Switzerland|