Czech Lender PůjčkaPlus Joins PeerBerry Platform

PeerBerry and its partner Aventus Group continue a strategy to diversify the business by country and bring more diversity to investors.

Recently, the Czech lender PůjčkaPlus joined the PeerBerry platform.

The company reportedly “issues short-term non-bank loans with an average amount of around EUR 300.”

PůjčkaPlus pays much attention “to service innovation and reliable relations with customers.”

The company “lends following the provisions of responsible lending. The Czech National Bank supervises PůjčkaPlus activities.”

On PeerBerry, PůjčkaPlus offers investments “in short-term loans with a 10,5% annual return. PůjčkaPlus loans include a buyback and a group guarantee.”

To date, the PůjčkaPlus portfolio “amounts to over EUR 100 000, the company’s website –

The first PůjčkaPlus loans will be “offered to investors today” (as of February 23, 2023).

At the beginning of the partnership, Czech loans will be “available on the PeerBerry platform a few times a week.” PeerBeery says that you should make sure to “include PůjčkaPlus in your Auto Invest strategies if these loans meet your investment strategy.”

Recently, PeerBerry’s business partner, renewable energy company Litelektra, “repaid a EUR 0.3 million loan to investors and paid EUR 15 593 in interest.”

Litelektra is “a licensed independent renewable energy supplier with electricity supply agreements with state-owned companies.”

Under agreements, these companies “purchase energy from Litelektra at an agreed price from 1 to 3 years (depending on the power plant).”

It reportedly “guarantees Litelektra constant and stable cash flows, and for investors, it ensures safe investments.”

Litelektra is “a Lithuanian company that aims to make the combination of renewable wind and solar energy more accessible by ensuring an entire cycle of stable and affordable energy throughout the year.”

In another recent update, PeerBerry noted that its business partners are “repaying EUR 1,8 million of war-affected loans.”

Under the Group guarantee mechanism in 12 months of the war, PeerBerry business partners have already “repaid EUR 33 million, or 66% of the total war-affected obligations towards PeerBerry investors.”

Remember that AutoMoney UA and Slon Credit UA long-term loans are “being repaid under the initial loan schedule.”

The last payments of these loans are “being repaid with the accrued interest.”

Also note that “a part of war-affected long-term loans (long, business, real estate, leasing) are repaid in full already.”

You can see the progress of repayments of war-affected loans (the total repaid amount, the amount of remaining war-affected obligations, and repayments by separate lenders or groups) on the “Statistics” page on their official website.

Please note that the information on the Statistics page is “not being updated instantly – it requires up to one day for the data to be updated.”

The repayments of war-affected loans are “being performed monthly in the middle of the month.”

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