Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast EP009 Part 2
Guests: Liam Brooke (Director) & Paul Riddell (Head of Marketing and Communications) – Lendy
Category: Property Peer to Peer Lending
Lendy is one of the most popular peer to peer companies offering property bridging and development loans where lenders can earn up to 1% per month.
Here is part 2 of the podcast. Part 1 is here.
Here are some of the things Liam, Paul and I chatted about over parts 1 and 2:
Property market outlook for the next 12 months
The reasoning behind the decision to change the secondary market funding process
How the secondary market can be more liquid
Lenders’ concerns over the mounting loans that are past due or defaulted
How the communication between company and lenders has improved
The single biggest challenge Lendy faces as a company
Just how risky is Lendy
And much more…
You can read my full Lendy review here.
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** This podcast is for information purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice. Opinions expressed are current opinions and based on my own personal experiences. Peer to peer lending and crowdfunding contains risk so never invest more than you can afford to lose. **