P2P Investments Remain Popular with Large Portfolio Investors, New Survey Reveals

According to a Robocash survey, P2P investments confidently “remain popular among respondents with an average income.”

At the same time, the share of investors with large portfolios “is growing, reaching 35%,” the team at Robo.cash has revealed.

At the end of 2022, investors with income from 2 to 5,000 Euros still “make up half of those surveyed on the platform.” The share of respondents “with earnings of more than 10,000 euros increased by 2%.”

Robo.cash analysts commented on the statistics:

“P2P investments look attractive both as a really affordable and highly profitable financial instrument.”

Popularity of P2P investments is also “confirmed by the fact that P2P consumer loans continue to lead as the most sought-after asset (23%).”

At the same time, the share of ETFs in investors’ portfolios “has grown significantly (+17 p.p. in half a year).”

As noted in the update from Robocash:

“In terms of balance between profitability and risk, today investors are becoming more cautious. In this sense, the drop in popularity of super-volatile cryptocurrencies last year to a record 1% (-7 p.p.) is very noteworthy”.

Amid rising investor income the share of respondents “with a portfolio of 30,000+ euros increased by 5% over the past year.”

As mentioned in a blog post by Robocash, it is likely “that this is a direct consequence of the cumulative effect of investment savings, the market confidence, and, in general, the effectiveness of P2P investments as such.

This is also confirmed by the fact “that over the past year 64% of respondents have increased the volume of their P2P portfolios.”

As covered, the year also “showed positive changes” for Robo.cash.

The analysts at Robo.cash added that the proportion of respondents “whose investments in the platform occupy more than 25% of the total portfolio is steadily growing.”

The past year has been “challenging,” according to another recent update from Robo.cash.

However, Robocash says it’s time to take stock and start 2023 “with new goals and plans.” The Robo.cash team is pleased to share the results of their creditors for 2022.

RC Riga Kazakhstan

2022 turned out to be “a very dynamic year for the company.” After February, business in Kazakhstan was able “to increase the volume of loans through its own financing,” maintaining leadership in the Kazakhstan PDL market:

  • Net profit exceeded the planned figure by 2.5 times.
  • The company maintains a consistently high customer loyalty index of 82%.
  • Loan issuance increased by 60% compared to 2021.

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