News Briefing - Crowdfunding, SME And Alternative Finance

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1.UK – P2P

P2P Finance News reports on the self-styled “Goldman Sachs of P2P”.

“A PEER-TO-PEER lending platform aiming to be “Goldman Sachs of P2P” has reached £2m of lending in less than four months, with its latest development loan getting backed within 98 minutes.

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News Briefing - Crowdfunding, SME And Alternative Finance

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1.UK – P2P

Love Money looks at Funding Circle’s new IFISA offering.

 

“Funding Circle has launched a new Innovative Finance ISA, with projected returns of up to 7.2%.

You can invest between £1,000 and £20,000 per year. The IFISA will pay 7.2%, or 4.8% if you opt for the conservative option.

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EIS: A Guide For Investors

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The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) appeals to investors in equity crowdfunding, unlisted and growth SMEs. If you have an equity portfolio, EIS will help you keep more of your returns after tax and mitigate risk and any losses you might make.

The new guide to the scheme from the EIS Association is a valuable introduction for smart investors and anyone discovering equity crowdfunding.

Investors Say Less EU, More AI

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Will robots make Brexit a success? An expert investment panel asked this in London recently. The Smith & Williamson Artificial Intelligence Fund is less than six months old, but if our country needs a supply of hard workers who are more popular than the Polish or Portuguese, maybe robots are the answer.

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