Linked Finance gets nod from regulator for NI launch
The company has facilitated more than 870 in loans and €25 million in funding to Irish SMEs
Linked Finance, the Dublin-based peer-to-peer lending company, is planning to launch in the North over the next year after it was given permission to proceed from Britain’s financial authority.
The company, which has facilitated more than 870 in loans and €25 million in funding to Irish SMEs, last week secured full authorisation from Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) after a two-year application process.
Niall Dorrian, chief executive of Linked Finance, said that...
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