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Lithuanian P2P Lender NEO Finance Now Seeking €200,000 Through Seedrs Funding Round.


NEO Finance, a Lithuania-based peer-to-peer lending platform, is now seeking €200,000 through UK’s equity crowdfunding platform, Seedrs.

Founded in 2015, NEO Finance claims to be the largest P2P lending platform in Lithuania and is operating under the name, Paskolų klubas. The lender noted it offers investors the possibility to invest in the loans of Lithuanian consumer credit receivers and since launching, its investors have had solid returns of 12-18%. NEO Finance also reported it is the first P2P platform in Lithuania to have reached constant €1 million monthly issues.

“NEO Finance offers Buyback and Provision fund services, which minimises risk for lenders. Moreover, our partnership with Legal Balance enables the platform’s users to experience the benefits of 8+ years of default loans recovery know-how.”

The lender also revealed its current stats are:

  • 5400 active lenders
  • 47,000  registered borrowers
  • €21.7 million in loans financed
  • 2017 revenue grew by 395% to €479,000

Funds from the Seedrs round will be used for the following:

  • 70% for marketing and sales: Increasing advertising budget so we can attract more borrowers and on the other hand execute PR and affiliate strategy to attract more lenders.
  • 30% for IT development: The lender noted it has developed its own state-of-the-art platform,  with advanced usability and functionality for lenders and borrowers, integration with social security, banking, credit bureau, SEPA, and other systems. NEO Finance reported its IT platform is constantly developed according to user experience and often have additional functionalities added.

Since its launch, the campaign has successfully secured more than €180,000 from nearly 250 investors. It is now set to close later this fall.

 

published:
2018-11-12
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