Bondora Sells Batch of Defaulted Loans to Enhance Operations, Firm Recognized as One of Estonia’s Top Tech Firms

Bondora notes that they aim to keep their portfolio in “top shape’ and generate continuous positive returns for investors. That’s why they’ve sold yet another batch of old defaulted loans in Estonia.

However, the system update after this sale “caused a temporary reporting hitch that showed negative earnings in [their] investors’ statements for December 28 and 29.”

The good news is that they’ve “fixed the issue, and everything is back to normal.” The firm claims that your investments and earnings “are safe, reflecting the correct figures.”

At Bondora, they believe that each highlight or milestone should be celebrated, no matter how big or small.

After being evaluated by the Estonian Labor Inspectorate, Bondora reportedly won the Good Working Environment Award in the Small Medium Enterprise (SME) category. This award is “given to companies that create a healthy working environment and safe working conditions for their employees.”

Bondora is also honored to be considered “one of Estonia’s top 30 tech companies.” The companies “included were based on their estimated value, and Bondora ranks 23rd on the list.”

On 23 September 2022, borrowers in the Netherlands could access their loan services for the first time. This launch forms part of Bondora’s bigger expansion plans, and you can look forward “to hearing about new loan markets being launched soon.”

As noted in a blog post, Bondora is a loyal partner to kood/Jõhvi, and they were honored to support them in their mission “to open their first-ever new school building, which opened on 30 November 2022.”

According to Bondora, this is an essential milestone “for supporting future tech Superheroes, and we’re so excited for more bright minds to enter the coding world.”

Two years ago, in November 2020, Bondora was “recognized as a gold-level Family Friendly Employer, the highest honor the Ministry of Social Affairs gives out.” In November 2022, after re-evaluating Bondora over a 2-year period, they renewed their status again.

The categories reportedly “were: flexible working time, information movement, social climate, recruitment, onboarding, professional development and support, synergy & culture, work environment, supporting a healthy lifestyle, and feedback & surveys.”

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