Fintech Firm DongPlus from Vietnam Joins PeerBerry platform

Fintech company DongPlus launched by Aventus Group in Vietnam in 2021 joins the PeerBerry platform.

DongPlus will “offer PeerBerry investors to invest in short-term loans with a 12% annual return.” Vietnamese loans are “backed by a buyback and a group guarantee.”

Arūnas Lekavičius, CEO of PeerBerry, said:

“Our investors are already familiar with Vietnamese loans on our platform. We have been partnering with the Vietnamese company Senmo for more than two years. Senmo has demonstrated professional risk management and good performance, including several waves of the pandemic that had a significant impact on the Vietnamese market. Since the new partner from Vietnam DongPlus is supervised by the same group, we do not doubt the potential of the new partner.”

DongPlus is “an online platform that offers its clients quick and easy solutions to meet their financial needs anytime and anywhere.”

Instead of having to go through many complicated procedures and paperwork, DongPlus helps address financial questions “within minutes.” A team of experienced DongPlus consultants is ready “to help and offer the most suitable solutions for Vietnamese clients.”

Currently, the DongPlus portfolio “without delays amounts to EUR 150 000.” At DongPlus there are 7 employees. The company’s website – https://dongplus.vn/.

The first loans offered by Dong Plus “will be uploaded on PeerBerry this week.” They plan that at the beginning of their partnership, DongPlus loans “will be available on the platform a few times a week.”

You may consider including DongPlus in your Auto Invest strategies if these loans meet your investment strategy.

In another update, it was noted that since the war in Ukraine started on February 24, every month PeerBerry claims to “perform repayments of war-affected loans to [their] investors.” In total, 42,21% of war-affected loans “have been repaid already.” They carry out regular and active communication, however, they “still receive repeated questions on the same topic.”

To help you better understand how the repayments of war-affected loans are being performed and where to find the information you need, they’ve “collected the most relevant questions and answers in one place.”

For more details, check here.

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