European Investment Platform Bondora Shares Key Updates from H1 2023

Bondora notes that we are more than halfway through the year.

Like with any goal, it’s essential to acknowledge achievements along the way to stay motivated on the path to success, the team at Bondora noted while adding “that a lot has happened already, and there’s much to be [pleased about].”

Go & Grow reopened to all investors

On 1 June 2023, the original Go & Grow “with returns of up to 6.75% p.a. was reopened to all investors.” So every new or existing investor “can create a free Go & Grow account and add up to €700 per month.”

Monthly Go & Grow investment limit increased to €700

This was news that many investors “welcomed with open arms, and we were thrilled to announce on 10 May that the Go & Grow monthly payment limit was raised from €400 to €700.” Based on a survey sent to investors, this new limit amount “was needed to help you reach your financial goals easily and securely.”

As clarified in the update, this limit only “applies to investors who have Go & Grow. If you use Go & Grow Unlimited, you can invest any amount – no limits.”

Bondora CEO presented 2022 financial results

You can watch the update here and access other information as well.

Strongest in Estonia 2023

In April, Bondora were “honored to receive the very good (AA) Credit Rating from Creditinfo’s annual Strongest in Estonia quality label.” This certificate is Estonia’s best-known, oldest, and most widely used quality label, “which can only be purchased by companies with an exemplary credit rating (A, AA or AAA).”

Being recognized as a responsible lender by Estonia’s largest business information database confirms they’re “on the right track to being a trustworthy financial partner to more people,” the firm claims.

As Bondora has been growing a lot over the last few years, their office space also “needed to grow.” In June, they moved to their new office.

Dutch loan originations exceed €1M and reach new heights

Bondora most recently launched market, The Netherlands, “continues to thrive.” In May, a total of €1,833,049’s worth of loans “were originated.” This is the first time they’ve “originated over €1M in the Netherlands in a month.”

In June, the growth continued, “increasing by 56.4% to €2,865,976 in loans.”

At the time of writing, June has “the highest monthly loan origination total in our Dutch market history.”

New broker partnership in Finland

Bondora is also pleased “to announce their new partnership with Zmarta, one of Finland’s most prominent broker companies.”

This collaboration “expands their loan partner network, which enables us to scale our credit services and ensure our Finnish customers can easily find loan offers that suit their needs.”

Zmarta’s years of expertise and market presence “make them an ideal partner.”

Their deep understanding of the market and “commitment to exceptional customer service add value to this partnership.”

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