New loan originator from Lithuania joins the Mintos marketplace

22.03.2017

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One of Lithuania’s biggest online consumer loan lenders has joined the Mintos marketplace! Starting today, Mozipo Group will place short-term personal loans issued in Lithuania under the Moment Credit brand on the platform.

Loans that Mozipo Group will place on the Mintos marketplace are expected to range from EUR 100 to EUR 3 000, with a repayment period of 3 to 36 months. The loan originator will offer investment opportunities in euro (EUR).

The average net return to investors is expected to be around 12%. Mozipo Group will offer a buyback guarantee for loans that are delinquent for more than 60 days. To retain its “skin in the game,” Mozipo Group will keep at least 10% of each loan available on the Mintos marketplace on its balance sheet.

Mozipo Group has been operating for more than ten years. The Group is known in the industry as a reliable, transparent and responsible non-bank financial institution. Currently, Mozipo Group works in Denmark, Lithuania and Romania, and plans to expand to other European countries. The company currently employs more than 60 people.

Mozipo Group issues unsecured personal loans. Since beginning its operations, the Group has served more than 200 000 customers. The company has issued 620 000 loans worth over EUR 125 million. Last year, Mozipo Group earned EUR 3.9 million in revenue, with a net profit of EUR 526 000. Their loan portfolio was EUR 9.3 million. The company plan to issue loans worth EUR 23 million this year.

Mozipo Group’s average client is a 36-45-year-old city resident with an average monthly income. Issued loans are primarily used to cover daily and unexpected expenses.
An effective risk scoring system reduces the number of non-performing loans issued, thereby increasing Mozipo Group’s competitiveness in the market.

All of the fundamental and operational business-related processes in Mozipo Group are managed in-house, which ensures high quality service. The Mozipo Group IT department has created a unique self-learning Scoring System as well as an automated Business Management System for Lithuania; these are also easily adapted for other countries.

The company’s mission is to make consumer lending more efficient by using technology to connect money wtih people in the simplest and fastest way possible.