The Fairbanking Foundation, the UK’s first certification body for retail financial products, recently released a report rating RateSetter as the
leading P2P lender when it comes to loans that help customers manage their money better. RateSetter was also rated higher than Lloyd’s, Halifax, HSBC
and Barclays as well as other mainstream lenders.
RateSetter rated higher than high-street banks
39 floors up Canary Wharf skyscraper Canada One Square, the future of finance yesterday was being debated by some of the fastest growing start-ups
challenging how traditional institutions conduct business. Rhydian Lewis, CEO of RateSetter sits among a panel of likeminded individuals taking
questions and exploring how peer-to-peer lending and other innovative online lending solutions can improve the way the world does finance.
The panel begins with a question from Nick Ogden of CashFlows, the panel moderator…
What defines RateSetter? For a long time we were the only peer-to-peer lending company to utilise a unique type of cash fund held on behalf of lenders
to ensure consistency of repayments and the safe return of funds. It has been an outstanding success to date; 100% of funds and interest have been
safely returned to all RateSetter lenders.
Our commitment to increasing the size of the Provision Fund
RateSetter have today made history in the world of modern finance by creating and launching a peer-to-peer lending system exclusively for telecoms
You may have noticed an increase in the number of lender emails. There have been a few requests for a final email to be sent when all your funds have been matched, we're happy to announce this new email is now up and running.
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