• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €50
  • Country: Ireland

Flender

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Flender is an Irish digital Lending platform which helps businesses raise​ finance fast. It provides same-day confirmation on a loan and transfers funds to a borrower in 24 hours. Loans typically range from €15,000 and €300,000 with the term of up to 5 years. The average current return for investors is 9.8%.

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