Close risk warning

As with most forms of investment, peer-to-peer lending carries a degree of risk to your capital; in this case, if borrowers were unable to repay their loans. At Assetz Capital, we seek to reduce this risk to our investors by taking asset security on every loan, with the added benefit of a discretionary Provision Fund for some of our investment accounts.

PEER-TO-PEER INVESTMENT AND FUNDING WITH ASSETZ CAPITAL

Our Purpose

As one of the leading new peer to peer lending businesses, our purpose is very clear; to deliver fairer growth together. What do we mean by this? Well everything that we do is aimed at growing your investments with us, at growing credit worthy businesses by providing them access to your capital and at growing people and their careers with us as they manage our investors and borrowers.

This is achieved by us all working together effectively and using the power of the internet to be efficient. Through efficiency we seek to deliver better value to each of our stakeholders; the prospect of higher returns to investors and lower cost finance to businesses with us being efficient but profitable in the middle.

Fairer, Growth, Together.

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Latest Case Studies

Six Degrees Student Accommodation

Six Degrees Student Accommodation

Taj Ubhi borrowed £1.5m from 118 investors to fund the construction of a student accommodation block in Nottingham.

With planning permission secured, the loan enabled Taj to finish the four-storey, 46 bed development.

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Potterspury Equine Centre

Potterspury Equine Centre

Alison Worker and her husband borrowed £153k from 422 investors to launch their equine centre.

The loan financed the development of the business that employs ten staff and provides stables, animal feed, rider training and comprehensive care for horses.

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Hayfield Engineering

Hayfield Engineering

Andy Proffitt borrowed £275k from 611 investors to purchase a specialist-engineering firm.

The loan secured the sale of the company and Andy has plans to increase the client base by venturing into new industries.

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Scalford Court Care Home

Scalford Court Care Home

Jeremy Lord borrowed £900k from 618 investors to re-finance a loan for his care home.

The loan has given the CQC credited care home extra time to find re-financing from traditional institutions while allowing the recruitment of new employees and retraining current staff.

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Athena Healthcare Ltd

Athena Healthcare Ltd

Stephen Wylie borrowed £3.3m from 1,150 investors to fund the build of a 91-bed care home in Southport.

The loan helped to build a high quality care home that focuses on housing residents with dementia.

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C and C Carpets

C&C Carpets

Martin Chilcott borrowed £90k from 359 investors to purchase the warehouse that was adjacent to his carpet business.

The loan has secured the continued use of the warehouse as a storage area and set in motion the plans to turn the site into town houses.

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Northern Vaporisers

Northern Vaporisers

Phillip Gosling borrowed £100k from 297 investors to expand his aesthetic vaporiser manufacturing business.

The loan financed the move to a 7,000 square foot premises and the recruitment of additional staff assuring a high level of quality of production while facing increased demand.

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The Shrubbery

The Shrubbery

The Sandhu family borrowed £700k from 644 investors to pay back a previous investor and increase their working capital.

The loan also provided the CQC accredited care home with extra working capital for the operation of the business.

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