Tuesday August 4, 2020

P2P lending start-up to launch here and in Britain

Company has already raised more than €370,000 in its first week

27th November, 2016
Oli Cavanagh, Jeremy Davies and Kristjan Koik of Flender

Flender, a peer-to-peer lending start-up backed by Ding founder and Esat Digifone co-founder Mark Roden, is raising €580,000 to launch across Ireland and Britain.

The start-up, which has created a platform to allow both businesses and consumers to borrow through their existing social networks, will enter these markets in January.

The company has already raised more than €370,000 in its first week. Its investors include Roden and Philip Grant, founder of accounting and auditing firm...

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