The interest rates on peer-to-peer property investments may look appealing, but investors should tread carefully.
Alternative finance is the 21st century internet alternative to traditional banks. It includes peer to peer (P2P) lending and crowdfunding. There are plenty of opportunities for smart investors to profit. And while it may carry more risk than some other forms of investing, the potential returns are huge.
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Ed Bowsher has been using equity-crowdfunding platforms to invest in small businesses and start-ups since 2012. Here’s what he’s learned so far.
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Apps on your mobile phone can help you salt away cash and manage your finances. But these tools may be less useful than they seem, says Ruth Jackson.
Property crowdfunding – including buy-to-let, P2P and debt crowdfunding – is a popular way to buy into bricks and mortar. But think carefully before putting your money in.
Robo-adviser Exo merges technology, investing and risk control to make individualised investing accessible for all.
A new wave of robo-advisers has entered the digital wealth-management market, but investors should still demand more choices and lower fees.
Exo is a “robo-adviser” investment service that offers personalised portfolio management and the sophisticated tools that go with it, minus the expense.
Challenger banks have been disrupting personal banking for a while. Now they’ve got their sights set on business accounts.