• Industry: Real estate, Personal loans, SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: CHF 100
  • Country: Switzerland

Cashare

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Cashare is the first disruptive FinTech company in Switzerland, established in January 2008 and has been running the biggest and fastest growing crowdlending platform in this country since then. The platform offers crowdlending (social lending, p2p-loans) for private individuals and SMEs, the latter since 2015.

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