unnamedCrowd2Fund, one of the UK’s most successful crowdfunding platforms, has launched a revolutionary new platform: The Exchange, an online marketplace allowing investors to trade Crowd2Fund investments, giving access to capital for sellers and the opportunity to snap up a bargain for buyers.

It’s concept is not dissimilar to eBay, but for debt investments; sellers advertise investments they wish to sell and define the price of the trade. The better the price the sooner they get access to their capital, meaning that anyone interested in buying has the chance to buy some undervalued assets. Buying in this way, at a later stage in the investment, means those interested also have the advantage of seeing how well the investment has performed and can earn up to 15 percent APR by purchasing loans that are repaying successfully. What’s more, the new platform is free and easy to use, meaning anyone can get involved.

Crowd2Fund Chief Executive Chris Hancock comments:

“Our Exchange is another example of how London-based Fintech brands are creating common sense innovations to help businesses grow and investors earn better returns, securely and in a regulated way. The Exchange is a simple and free mechanism for hanging investment which we expect to be largely self-governing with investors having all the tools they need to make their decisions.”

One of the key reasons investors are put off investing in equity crowdfunding is a lack of foreseeable exit strategy. However, The Exchange makes this possible and may well attract more cautious investors to the idea of crowdfunding.

Crowd2Fund is one of the biggest UK crowdfunding platforms, and has successfully raised £2 million from a range of UK and international investors since its launch in 2014. For further information on The Exchange, visit the website here.

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