• Industry: Green energy
  • Type: Equity
  • Min. investment: €100
  • Country: Germany

Moneywell

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Moneywell is a crowdfunding platform that offers to invest not in abstract financial products, but in tangible real assets and medium-sized companies from Germany. They form the backbone of the German economy.

Key information

  • Platform Fee No
  • Payment Fee No
  • Interest rate 4-6%
  • Secondary market No
  • Registration number HRB 34469
  • Languages German
  • Address Erlenstegenstrasse 40, 90491 Nuremberg
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