Symfonie P2P Notes

Introduction

SymCredit P2P notes enable investors to invest in P2P and leave the work to SymCredit. Each note is a loan to Symfonie Lending Trust, which invest in P2P loans issued by leading platforms with track records of success. Three year notes pay 6.5 % anually and five year notes pay 8 % annutally. Maturities are 3 years and 5 years. Notes can be denominated in USD, GBP, EUR, and CZK according to investor preference. There is no guarantee or insurance, but we maintain additional assets in the portfolio that form the basis of additional collateral to help protect our lenders. Noteholders can earn bonus interest depending on performance of the loan portfolio. P2P Notes are ideal for investors seeking capital protection and a steady rate of return.

  • 6.5 % and 8 % coupons
  • 3 year and 5 year maturities
  • Capital preservation reserve pool
  • Potential interest kicker at maturity
  • Internationally diversified, currency hedged
  • Invested with P2P platforms with proven success
  • Professionally managed note pool
  • Minimum investment – EUR 40 (or local currency equivalent)
  • Open for international investors

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Investing in Peer to Peer loans involves risks, including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. The Investments presented in this website are suitable only for investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. For further information see our discussion of investment risks.