• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €20
  • Country: Finland

Fixura

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Fixura is the oldest company in the P2P-lending business in the Northern countries. It unites investors and private persons in need for financing in a way that benefits both. When investing in Fixura’s loans you have an impact on the Finnish economy and at the same time you help Finns with good payment behaviour to get their loans with a fair interest rate.

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