European Investment Platform PeerBerry Reports €45.52M of War-Affected Loans Being Repaid to Investors

In 19 months of the war (since February 24, 2022), PeerBerry business partners Aventus Group and Gofingo Group have, in total, “repaid PeerBerry investors €45.52 million or 90.64% of the total outstanding war-affected obligations.”

Compared to other war-affected platforms, PeerBerry claims that it is the first investment platform in the entire market “that fully repaid war-affected Russian loans (totaling EUR 20.27 million of the invested principal amount) with no losses to investors.”

Also, PeerBerry partners already reportedly “repaid the most significant amount (totaling to EUR 25.25 million) of Ukrainian war-affected loans compared to the competition.”

Now, Gofingo Group has “repaid PeerBerry investors EUR 200 000 in war-affected loans.”

These repayments are being processed “on the PeerBerry platform every month in the middle of the month.”

Aventus Group’s war-affected long-term loans “are repaid monthly under the initial loan schedules.”

Aventus Group repaid “its short-term war-affected obligations (including the accumulated interest) in full at the beginning of September, i.e., 6 months earlier than planned at the war’s beginning.”

The remaining war-affected obligations “on the PeerBerry platform:”

Aventus Group’s war-affected long-term obligations (AutoMoney and Slon Credit Ukraine) amount to EUR 1.12 million. These loans are being “repaid monthly under the initial loan schedules. Each last repayment of the principal amount is being repaid with the accumulated interest.”

Gofingo Group’s war-affected short-term obligations (Zecredit, EuroGroshi, and Gofingo Ukraine) amount to EUR 3.98 million. Gofingo Group will continue “covering its war-affected obligations in the middle of each month.”

The accumulated interest will be “repaid with the last repayment of war-affected loans.”

If there is no new major turbulence, it is realistic that their business partners “will cover their war-affected obligations in full before the end of next year.”

You may review 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 their ‘Statistics’ page on their website.”


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