August has proved that, once again, Bondora offers stability in times of uncertainty. With sustainable growth as the main focus, Bondora does everything it can to give users a secure long-term investment platform. The number of investors has also continued to grow and we have some more news to share on that, soon. For now, please enjoy this short summary of August’s market statistics and what it means for you as an investor.
In August, 3,620 people decided to grow their money the easy way and joined Bondora! We’ve received a total of €379M deposits and investors have earned more than €47M in returns.
In Augustwe continue to see an increase in Recoveries, as 63,355 loans are in the recovery and collection process. This is the 7th consecutive month of growth in this sector. This shows that Bondora is determined to successfully recover and collect debt from unpaid loans in order to give our investors peace of mind, and the best returns.
In August €2,763,081 was invested into our products, with Portfolio Manager taking the lion’s share with €986,396. This month, Portfolio Pro had the second highest amount invested, trading places with Go & Grow. The latter took 29% of the product funding share, indicating an almost equal split among the top 3 investment methods.
After last month’s positive growth, transactions on the Secondary Market took a dip again. The total value of transactions that took place was €433,001.48. This indicates that investors are choosing not to sell or buy loans manually, and are letting their money work for them while they enjoy hands-free investing.
Loan originations for Estonia totaled €2,763,081. Although it’s lower than July’s €3,037,495, it’s still considerably higher than June’s €2,010,847. Loan originations are still only taking place in Estonia for the foreseeable future. At the end of this month, we will determine whether Finnish and Spanish loans will open again.
If you enjoy these breakdowns, follow our blog for weekly, more in-depth analyses of the Bondora market. Every month we take a detailed look at:
- Product funding
- Portfolio performance
- Secondary Market
- Loan originations
So stay tuned to better determine your investment strategy, loan portfolio preferences, and more.