• Industry: SME
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: SEK 100
  • Country: Sweden

Toborrow

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Toborrow is a digital platform for investors and borrowers — people who would otherwise never have met, but who need each other to grow. As an alternative to the banks, it offers a simple, secure and flexible loan process where everything happens completely without traditional intermediaries. Toborrow is registered with Finansinspektionen and is owned by NFT Ventures and Marginalen Bank.

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