By Luke O'Mahony
June 24, 2016

Brexit response

On Thursday 23 June, the UK voted to leave the European Union. This decision does not have a direct impact on RateSetter as a company, but it's something that our investors have an interest in, so we want to be clear about what the effects could be.

By Luke O'Mahony
June 10, 2016

Unusual cars for less than £6,736

The most common reason for taking out a RateSetter loan is to buy a car. In fact, car purchases account for nearly 1 in 5 RateSetter loans, and the average amount borrowed for a car purchase is £6,736.

By Luke O'Mahony
June 3, 2016

RateSetter lends £250m to UK businesses

RateSetter investors have now supported businesses across the UK with more than £250m of loans, financing enterprises ranging from a pizza restaurant in Bristol to a car manufacturer in Norfolk.

By Luke O'Mahony
May 24, 2016

Interview: Neal Moy, Head of Property Finance

Property lending currently makes up 11% of RateSetter’s active loans, a total of £60m. We talked to Neal Moy, Head of Property Finance, about what this area of lending involves.

By Luke O'Mahony
May 13, 2016

What's the future for UK P2P lending?

RateSetter CEO and co-founder Rhydian Lewis was on Bloomberg TV this morning, talking about what the future holds for the UK peer-to-peer lending industry.

By Luke O'Mahony
May 10, 2016

What would Brexit mean for RateSetter investors?

People across the UK will go to the polls on Thursday 23 June 2016 to determine whether the nation should remain in the EU. Some investors have asked us what the effect of Britain leaving the EU would be on RateSetter, so with six weeks to go until the referendum we wanted to share our thinking on the issue.