LINKED FINANCE Review: Peer to Peer Lending

LINKED FINANCE is Ireland’s largest peer-to-peer lending platform. Linked Finance offers loans to Irish SMEs. Linked Finance is authorised to operate in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority.

The portal is open for international investors.

Founded: 2013

Origin: Ireland

Buyback guarantee: No

Secondary Market: No

Autoinvest: Yes

Minimum investment: 50 EUR

Members
  • canythould43
  • david2
  • kentemad
  • runted
  • salvo45
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LINKED FINANCE Review: Peer to Peer Lending
  • canythould43
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    Unleash Your Ambition: Lolly And Cooks - Linked Finance 00:00
    Unleash Your Ambition: Lolly And Cooks - Linked Finance Laragh Strahan is among a growing number of ambitious Irish business owners who now use Linked Finance when they spot an opportunity to expand. Linked ...
    144 days ago
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    Linked Finance - Start Lending - How it Works 00:00
    Linked Finance - Start Lending - How it Works LinkedFinance offers a new and painless way for Irish businesses to borrow money (business loans/funding) from a large group of real people, including ...
    144 days ago
  • david2
    Hi, I'm only on Flender but I seriously considered Linked Finance before investing. I found out that Flender is smaller than LF, but it has something
    144 days ago
  • salvo45
    I've been using Linked Finance for a few months now and I like it.
    144 days ago
  • canythould43
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    Use the Autobid (autoinvest function) to invest. While it is possible to make manual bids, many of the smaller loans are funded in minutes. The Autobid lending tool allows you to bid automatically on 'Live Loans'. You can find Autobid in the 'My Account' section. It's on the furthest tab to the right.
    • Use the Autobid (autoinvest function) to invest. While it is possible to make manual bids, many of the smaller loans are funded in minutes. The Autobid lending tool allows you to bid automatically on 'Live Loans'. You can find Autobid in the 'My Account' section. It's on the furthest tab to the right.
    144 days ago
  • canythould43
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    191 days ago
  • canythould43
    Already invested in Linked Finance? If so, share your impressions below. Are you happy with Linked Finance? Have you encountered an issue that othe ...
    191 days ago
  • canythould43
    Borrowers are exclusively (small-scale) Irish companies (SMEs). The duration varies from 6-36 months. The interest is fixed and there is no bidding process. As an investor you can get detailed information about each loan.
    191 days ago
  • canythould43
    Logging in is really straightforward - if you know the English language, that's done in a few minutes. The obligatory identity card scan and a confirmation of address (bank letter, etc.) is required only on withdrawal. Deposits can be made very easily by credit card.
    191 days ago
  • canythould43
    Linked Finance offers unsecured P2P here. There are no "guarantees" or promises as with most Baltics platforms like Mintos , Robo.cash o rpeer Berry but there are simply credit losses with which you have to expect. However, default rates are very moderate. Each quarter, Linked Finance publishes its Loanbook, with various statistical data. This can be found under the statistics , but you have to be logged in
    191 days ago
Hi, I'm only on Flender but I seriously considered Linked Finance before investing. I found out that Flender is smaller than LF, but it has something I value a lot when investing in loans. An extremely low default rate (0,2%). LF has also a low default rate but still 4/5 times higher than Flender.
Last replied by david2 on Tuesday, 07 January 2020