By Luke O'Mahony
June 5, 2015

What deflation means for RateSetter investors

We all like to recall the times when the prices of various goods were much lower than they are today. The prices of beer, petrol, holidays, 3-bed semis and pretty much anything else you care to mention have all increased each year for as long as anyone can remember.

By Lucy Bott
May 22, 2015

What happens when we check your credit score

Anyone who lends you money – whether that be RateSetter, a bank or your best friend – will do some sort of credit check, sometimes without even thinking about it.

By Scott Murphy
May 15, 2015

Life after Pensioner Bonds

As the deadline for Pensioner Bonds passes, we look at how retirees’ investment options are changing

By Scott Murphy
May 8, 2015

What does the General Election outcome mean for the P2P industry?

The 2015 General Election has been described as the most important for a generation. As the dust settles, we take a look back at the past five years and what the future may hold for the peer-to-peer industry.

By Luke O'Mahony
May 6, 2015

City fund managers back RateSetter

In March, we announced that a group of investors, including two well-known fund managers, are injecting a total of £20m into the RateSetter platform.

By Luke O'Mahony
April 9, 2015

RateSetters fund the future of arts and culture

RateSetter is the first peer-to-peer platform to partner with Creative Industry Finance and empower the UK arts scene.