• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €500
  • Country: Belgium

Mozzeno

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Mozzeno is a Belgian platform allowing investors to indirectly invest in the funding of consumer loans. Private investors can lend money indirectly to other individuals through the Mozzeno platform. This is done via so-called Notes with underlying consumer credit.

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