Invesdor, a growing online capital formation platform that has established a propensity to grow both organically and via acquisitions, has distributed an update on the past year’s performance.
Invesdor is based in Finland but currently operates in multiple European Union member states. In recent years, Invesdor has merged with several securities crowdfunding platforms, including Finnest (Austria), Kapilendo (Germany), and, more recently, Oneplanetcrowd (Netherlands).
According to an email distributed this week, Invesdor enabled 33 funding rounds in 2022, raising €32.75 million. Invesdor reports over 128,000 registered users booking an average amount per investor of €2798.
Many of the securities offerings are debt-based, and Invesdor claims 38 loans were fully repaid in 2022 while investors earned over €5.5 million in interest payments which hovered around 9% (plus the potential for bonus interest).
Last November, Invesdor announced the merger with Oneplanetcrowd – a renewable-focused investment platform. At that time, Invesdor reported that all combined platforms had facilitated over €336 million in debt and equity funding rounds. For 2023, Invesdor predicts this number will jump by over €100 million to €440 million, enabling over 800 funding rounds.
Invesdor anticipates approval to operate under European Crowdfunding Service Providers Regulation (ECSPR), enabling it to offer securities across all EU member states. Invesdor states that it expects to emerge as one of Europe’s largest investment crowdfunding platforms.