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Aforti Finance commences cooperation with Viventor peer-to-peer loan platform

21 November 2017

 

On Monday, 20th November 2017, Aforti Finance providing funds to small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland, commenced its cooperation with Viventor peer-to-peer loan platform. Currently Viventro platform cooperates with nine loan-granting companies operating in the non-bank sector in Lithuania, Bulgaria, Spain, Holland, and Sweden.


Viventor peer-to-peer loan platform is one of the fastest developing companies od this kind in Central and Eastern Europe. Thanks to the cooperation, Aforti Finance will gain a new means of refinancing loans, which will efficiently increase the range of products related to financing for micro and small entrepreneurs in Poland – says Klaudiusz Sytek, the CEO for Aforti Finance S.A.


 


Aforti Finance offers its services all over Poland. It is a member of Aforti Holding S.A. Finance Group, which is listed on NewConnect Market of Warsaw Stock Exchange. After three quarters of 2017, the consolidated income of AFORTI Group reached EUR 29 million, whereas the net profit amounted to EUR 267 thousand. At the end of 3Q 2017 the total assets of the Group exceeded EUR 17.5 million.


Viventor is a peer-to-peer loan platform from Riga, which started operating in October 2015. Viventor connects investors and loan-issuing companies from the non-bank sector, allowing for financing loans both for private as well as institutional investors. Through Viventor platform, the investors have the possibility to finance mortgage loans or long-term consumer loans.


Viventor platform has nearly 4 000 investors registered as users coming from over 30 countries, mainly from Germany, Scandinavian countries, Baltic countries and Central Europe countries. EUR 30 million is the amount of loans financed through Viventor platform.


The commencement of cooperation with Viventor platform is one of the elements of the AFORTI Group development strategy, which aims at diversification of the financing sources and, consequently, making the products and services on offer more widely available.