• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €50
  • Country: Estonia

Efinza

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Efinza was launched to support investors and borrowers achieving their financial and business goals and to provide both with better deals. Efinza believes in a more open and transparent financial services ecosystem, not restricted to only banks and large financial institutions. They provide our investors with new opportunities to meet high-quality borrowers, earn fixed income and make their future more promising and secured.

Key information

  • Platform Fee No
  • Secondary market No
  • Registration number 16180197
  • Languages English
  • Address Tallinna 16, Kuressaare, Saaremaa, 93819

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