European investment platform TWINO is sharing the latest performance and product updates.
TWINO notes in a blog post that they see that November was an active month for the investors as they reportedly “have several ongoing campaigns and attractive investment opportunities on the platform.”
TWINO’s primary market offering is expanding consistently “as new loan securities with different interest rates are being listed almost every day.”
Their current offering reportedly “includes investments in loans in Poland, Vietnam, and the Philippines with interest rates from 8-13% p.a. with more than €2.8 million worth of securities available for investments.”
TWINO has highlighted an “exclusive” fully equipped 3-room apartment “with an open-concept kitchen and 2 bedrooms is currently available for investment.”
The funding is raised “in 3 batches, each having a 30-day subscription.”
The first batch is currently “being funded and upon its completion, the corresponding securities will be issued and the next batch will start. A 5% cashback bonus is applied to any investment in real estate securities.”
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TWINO is also pleased to announce “the introduction of the open banking solution on the TWINO platform, powered in collaboration with their partner Ecommpay.”
This feature enables you to “make deposits in a more efficient, easier, and secure way, contributing significantly to the enhancement of the overall user experience on TWINO.”
The firm claims that clients’ convenience and security are “at the forefront of their efforts and we are confident that this new solution delivers exactly that.”
TWINO further noted that it is announcing “the removal of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) code prerequisite for legal entities.”
This adjustment streamlines the registration process, “making it more straightforward and convenient for legal entities to engage in investment activities with TWINO.”
Importantly, this also means there’s “no need to extend your existing LEI code to continue investing with them.”