• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €1,000
  • Country: Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland

Finnest

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Finnest is the leading platform for investments in successful, medium-sized companies. It works with Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Slovakia and allows investing only in established companies with the best ratings. The average return on investment is 5% per annum. On average, investors invest 7,500 euros per campaign.

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