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Bond Mason


Established in 2015, BondMason are a peer to peer lender for loans.  There are 3 options to choose how to invest; 'Autobid' where you can choose to invest automatically across all the Receivables available, 'Auto Re-invest' where you can choose for your returns (interest and capital repayments) to be automatically reinvested into new Receivables and 'Investment concentration' where you can choose to spread your full allocation across a minimum of 50 or 100 Receivables. There is a single fee, which is calculated daily based on the amount of capital invested through BondMason: 1.5% p.a. on investment amounts up to £25,000, 1.25% p.a. on the next £75,000 (total investment amounts in the range from £25,001 to £100,000) and 1.0% p.a. on everything over £100,000.

  • Back individual loans secured over an asset.
  • Choose to invest automatically across all the Receivables available using the Autobid system.
  • Investment terms unclear.
  • There is a single fee, which is calculated daily based on the amount of capital invested through BondMason: 1.5% p.a. on investment amounts up to £25,000, 1.25% p.a. on the next £75,000 (total investment amounts in the range from £25,001 to £100,000) and 1.0% p.a. on everything over £100,000.
  • IFISA available.
  • SIPP available.

* correct as of 19/07/2018


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BondMason

Min investment
£5,000.00
Estimated return
8%

BondMason, the UK’s leading Direct Lending specialist, makes it easy for investors to target gross returns of 8%+ p.a. by enabling clients to invest in Direct Lending the smart way.


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