• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €100,000
  • Country: Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal

Edebex

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Edebex is an online marketplace where companies can quickly and easily sell their client invoices to investors. This means that they will receive their money in a few days, without waiting for the due date of the invoice. Also investors are making a good deal as this investment provides them with a significant higher return than other investments on the market with a limited risk.

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