SymCredit was a sponsor of CashFlow Summit Olomouc 2015

SymCredit was a sponsor of CashFlow Summit Olomouc 2015

The event is the largest investor conference in Moravia and 2nd Annual was focused on alternative investment opportunities.

Five years ago Peer to Peer lending was practically unheard of. Today P2P platforms operate around the world. Investors can find platforms focused on consumer loans, business loans and real estate development projects, in addition to several other lending segments. Maturities range from as little as 30 days to as much as 5 years. P2P platforms are experiencing strong growth in part because they are able to offer investors something few other asset classes offer – consistent, predicable investment returns.

Video featuring presentation by Michael Sonenshine, CEO of SymCredit, can be seen here.

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