EuroOne from Spain joins the Mintos marketplace



The Mintos marketplace welcomes EuroOne, a new loan originator from Spain. EuroOne offers to invest in short-term unsecured personal loans issued online under its NetCredit and LunaCredit brands.

“We are proud to be part of the Mintos marketplace. This is a great opportunity for investors, as EuroOne offers a valuable alternative for today’s underbanked segment in Europe. The vast experience of the management team with artificial intelligence gives EuroOne an advantage over its competitors, as we make smart decisions in real-time,” says Denis Kalinin, CEO of EuroOne.

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Lendo offers increased returns for limited time only



For a limited time, Lendo offers investors on Mintos increased return rates for their Georgia-issued loans. The increased rate from Lendo applies to all Georgian Lari (GEL) loans and loans with a maturity of one year and longer listed in euro (EUR).

The return rate for Lendo loans in GEL is raised from 17% to 17.5% – currently the highest return rate on Mintos. The rate for one-year loans has increased from 12% to 13% – a return rate which is usually only available for much longer maturity investments. This offer will be valid until December 17, 2017.

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LO Spotlight: Interview with CEO of Capitalia



Baltic business financing non-bank lender Capitalia has been with Mintos for more than two years. It might not be the largest loan originator on Mintos, but it certainly offers some of the most competitive interest rates to investors — up to 15%. With the company being among the first loan originators on Mintos to offer the opportunity to select loans according to risk categories, we felt it was the perfect moment to find out more about the company’s performance and plans for the near future, and invited Juris Grišins, CEO of Capitalia, for an interview. (more…)


Now you can select Capitalia loans by risk categories



Capitalia now offers to invest in its loans by selecting them based on loan risk categories. This opportunity is available thanks to the new feature added to Mintos recently, which allows investors to see the loan scoring logic of the loan originator in more detail and select loans for investment accordingly.

Capitalia is the most experienced non-bank small and medium business loan provider in the Baltics. The company has seven loan risk categories that investors can choose from. Risk categories link the expected annual bad debt rate with the interest rate offered to investors on Mintos:


Mogo is first on Mintos to offer investments in GBP



Great news for investors looking to invest in British Pound (GBP)! Non-bank car loan provider Mogo now lists its loans issued in Poland in GBP on the Mintos marketplace. GBP is the eighth currency investors can invest in through Mintos.

“Seeing the rapidly growing number of investors from the United Kingdom and the high demand for loans listed for investment in GBP on Mintos, we decided to list our loans from Poland also in GBP. We are sure this move will be beneficial for investors on Mintos and our business, as well,” says Māris Kreics, CFO…


Creamfinance named one of the Fintech Innovators 2017 by KPMG




AI-based Fraud Scoring Boosts Loan Approval Rate by 50% for ID Finance




ID Finance answers to questions asked during webinar



In October, we held a webinar featuring the management of ID Finance, one of the largest loan originators on the Mintos marketplace. Many investors tuned in and many questions were asked. Given the time limitations, the participants did not manage to answer all of the questions live. We collected them and asked ID Finance representatives to answer in writing. And here are the answers.

Are you raising any capital from private investors? If so, how can one participate in the ID Finance growth story?

Yes, ID Finance raises capital from private investors globally and locally, according to local legislation. We…


Aforti Finance starts cooperation with Viventor peer-to-peer lending platform



Aforti Finance rendering financial services for the SME sector, has established on Monday November 20th 2017 a partnership with peer-to-peer lending platform Viventor. Viventor platform currently cooperates with nine lenders from the non-banking sector from Lithuania, Bulgaria, Spain, Netherlands and Sweden.

The peer-to-peer lending platform Viventor is one of the fastest growing companies of its kind in Central and Eastern Europe. Thanks to the cooperation with Viventor Aforti Finance will gain a new way of refinancing loans, which will effectively increase the scale of financing of micro and small businesses in Poland – declared CEO Aforti Exchange S.A., Klaudiusz Sytek

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We need your vote in AltFi 2017 Awards



The most important voting of the year has begun. Support us in the AltFi 2017 Awards by casting your vote for Mintos. It will take just a few seconds of your time to show that Mintos is the go-to place for peer-to-peer investing.

We won the prestigious AltFi “People’s Choice” award last year and there are even more reasons to win this year – 22 568 reasons more, to be precise. That’s the number of new investors who have joined Mintos since last year’s awards.

AltFi awards are the most important and prestigious in the…