We’re updating our lending company pages

15.05.2020

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Twice a year, we ask all lending companies on Mintos to update their financials, loan agreement, team size, loan portfolio, loans originated, and other information that isn’t updated automatically on Mintos.  (more…)

Investors received €71M net transfers from borrowers’ repayments during March and April

14.05.2020

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So far, 2020 has been a year like no other. We moved quickly to adapt to the new economic climate that came as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and continue working closely with the lending companies on our Mintos platform to make sure they do the same. (more…)

Mikro Kapital grows on Mintos by adding its Fitch “B-” rated subsidiary from Belarus

27.01.2020

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Mikro Kapital, with its legal entity Mikro Leasing, launches on Mintos and offers you to invest in loans issued in Belarus, On Mintos, this is the Mikro Kapital Group’s fourth country, together with Russia, Moldova and Romania. Mikro Leasing loans on the Mintos marketplace will be listed in Euros (€) and Russian ruble (RUB), with expected returns of up to 10% (loans in €) and up to 16% (loans in RUB).  (more…)

Mikro Kapital now offers investments in business and agricultural loans from Romania

20.12.2019

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Mikro Kapital, a part of a global holding company Mikro Kapital Group, has expanded its presence on Mintos by adding business and agricultural loans from Romania. Mikro Kapital now offers investment opportunities in 3 countries on Mintos.  (more…)

Mikro Kapital grows on Mintos by adding business loans from Moldova

01.08.2019

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Mikro Kapital, which recently launched its business loans from the Russian Federation, is now giving you even more investment opportunities on the marketplace, but this time from a different country – Moldova! (more…)

Mikro Kapital, a leading business lender from Russia, launches on Mintos!

10.04.2019

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JSC MFC Mikro Kapital (Mikro Kapital) has just launched on Mintos, offering you the opportunity to invest in its business loans from the Russian Federation. You can earn an average net annual return of up to 15% for its loans listed in Russian ruble (RUB) and up to 9% for its Euro (EUR) loans. (more…)

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