By RateSetter Notices
September 2, 2015

Improving the accuracy of the Provision Fund coverage ratio

We aim to be as open as possible about how our market works and any relevant changes, subject to protecting commercial sensitivities.

By Luke O'Mahony
August 28, 2015

RateSetter's top five finance movies

Very few people read the financial pages for fun, but the world of finance has made for some fantastic films. High stakes, larger than life characters and some very blurred lines all help, and here are our office top picks.

By Luke O'Mahony
August 20, 2015

How Einstein’s advice can double your money every twelve years

Compound interest, according to Albert Einstein, is “the most powerful force in the universe”. The Motley Fool calls it a “miracle”. It has the potential to significantly increase the size of your investments without you having to lift a finger.

By Alexandra Dobson
August 17, 2015

Win an Apple iPad mini

A quick heads up: this August, we’re giving away an Apple iPad mini to one lucky winner – meaning you’ll be able to manage your RateSetter investments wherever you are.

By Luke O'Mahony
August 14, 2015

Peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding

We’re often asked how crowdfunding differs from peer-to-peer lending, as the two are often mentioned together. Crowdfunding, like peer-to-peer lending, is at the cutting edge of innovation in finance, but the two are fundamentally different in terms of risk and rewards.

By Luke O'Mahony
August 7, 2015

Don't bank on a rise in the base rate

In today’s City AM, we argue that an increase in the base rate – the rate at which banks lend to each other, which is set each month by a committee of nine experts – might not be the answer to savers’ prayers.