Type: Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Business Lending
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Business Lending - geography: United Kingdom
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Assetz Capital is a provider of alternative funding sources to SMEs and Property Developers and is one of the fastest-growing peer-to-peer lenders in the UK.
With access to a network of High Net Worth individuals to provide businesses with the loans they need, we cover any business sector and the whole of the UK, taking tangible security on every loan.
Description: Andrew started his career at GE Capital before moving to NatWest, Allianz and RBS Group. He has spent 15 years in the SME finance industry holding positions in Asset Finance, Relationship Management, Credit Insurance and International Trade Finance. Andrew has many years experience in insolvency and turnaround for SMEs, helping businesses manage their debt and improve profitability. Andrew is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
Description: Chris is a passionate programmer with substantial experience project managing and developing leading business and social media websites and is one of the few Peer to Peer software specialists in the UK. He has worked on a number of high profile websites before finding his niche in the development of sites for peer to peer lending platforms.
Description: David Penston is a London-based property banker with a strong track record in both property and corporate banking. David is a highly experienced specialist in Structured Property Finance. During his 35 years in the City, he has held positions with Singer & Friedlander (Director and Head of the London Property Team), Charterhouse Bank (Corporate Banking and Loan Syndication) and Hill Samuel (UK and Overseas Corporate Banking).David holds non-executive consultancy positions with Edward Symmons (property valuation and recovery services) and Garbe Group (a large family-backed property development company) who have their headquarters in Germany. David served for 10 years on the board of the Association of Property Bankers; 3 years as President.
Description: Stuart is the CEO and founder of the Assetz group of companies incorporating one of the largest private investor customer bases in the UK. He founded the Assetz Capital businesses, including Assetz SME Capital, as a solution to the shortage of capital available to businesses and property developers from the failed banking system and in order to provide enhanced and diversified returns for Assetz group investors who wish to invest in this new asset class. Stuart is a serial entrepreneur and a highly experienced businessman having run his own businesses for 30 years.
Looking forward to tomorrow night - will be a wet and cold one but for a great cause https://t.co/8kQHxpbgWT
Mortgage Sleep Out - Assetz staff are and CEO are sleeping out on the street - raising awareness of homelessness an… https://t.co/ZVbRUQ067F
The next step for Assetz is the Assetz Exchange launch - the future of property investment https://t.co/QrsveXxk1P
I am told housing measures are "a bit of a hotchpotch" - ie perhaps 10 in total, so the challenge will be working o… https://t.co/cW7cLN0XLd
Leave the EU (£50bn +) or build 1million+ units of social housing? Or 80 large new hospitals? What a choice!
Another busy week at Assetz https://t.co/1SdLzP3Nvk
Check some of our recently completed loans and see if one of our alternative finance solutions can help your client… https://t.co/0KHvxAVe4r
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REMEMBER TO VOTE FOR US... 🗳️ We have been shortlisted for 'Specialist Lender of The Year' at the Scottish Mortgag… https://t.co/JZLAreTk7V
Come and join our team for our next Intermediary event 🙌 https://t.co/pVLcg7kene
Good to get together with some of the team from @assetzcapital yesterday, think they enjoyed the treats ! 🍩 https://t.co/NN27s9xSK8
A joint venture involving the California-headquartered alternative finance provider Interface Financial Group (IFG) and Assetz Capital, one of the UK?s fastest-growing peer-to-peer platforms, is to establish operations in Ireland within weeks.
Cash-starved small and medium-sized firms will soon be able to access emergency funding in a matter of hours in what is being promised as a major shake- up in the way companies raise capital.