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LendingCrowd is a P2P lender that offer business loans over 6 months to 5 years. They have 2 different ways of investing; a Self Select Account which allows you to choose the loans yourself or a Growth Account which spreads your investment across at least 20 different loans. No more than 5% of your funds will be invested in any one loan. There is a 1% annual fee on the amount of money you have lent, collected in monthly sums when you receive a payment. LendingCrowd also charge a 0.5% fee for selling a loan on their loan exchange. All loan parts offered for sale require another investor to purchase them.

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Business Loans

Sign up as a borrower and begin your loan application. You’ll need to have your management information if available, as well as your Companies House number and at least two years financial accounts. You’ll be asked to describe your business and why you’re a safe company to invest in. Think carefully, this is your pitch to potential investors!

Our experienced credit assessment team has over 100 years’ combined experience dealing with business loan applications so you can rest assured your business is treated on an individual, case by case basis allowing flexible decisions.

After your business is assessed, LendingCrowd awards a Credit Band, which allows investors to understand the risks and rewards of lending to your business.

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