Published on December 2, 2016

Proplend wins Most Outstanding Peer to Peer Lending Platform 2016 award

Proplend is pleased to announce that we have been awarded Most Outstanding Peer-to-Peer Lending Platform 2016 by Acquisition International magazine. The awards were conducted based on a combination of qualitative and quantitative research

Published on September 19, 2016

Target Group appointed as Standby Servicer

Proplend is pleased to announce the appointment of Target Group, the financial services outsourcing and software business, as standby servicing provider. With the FCA increasing its oversight of the peer-to-peer sector, the introduction of the Innovative Finance ISA in April and the expectation that Peer to Peer Lending volumes will exceed £3.5billion in 2016, resilience

Published on August 30, 2016

Proplend and GLI part ways.

Following discussions between Proplend Limited and GLI Finance Limited, it has been agreed that the original Proplend shareholders will purchase the outstanding ordinary and preference shares from GLI Finance, thereby ending their current working relationship. Proplend will continue to monitor and service the outstanding loans GLI Finance made to SMEs via the Proplend platform.   Brian Bartaby,

Published on August 11, 2016

Proplend receives 5 PLUS Rating from 4thWay

Proplend, the Peer-to-Peer Lending platform for secured UK commercial property loans has recently been awarded the maximum PLUS rating of 5/5 for their Tranche A investment and 3/5 for the Tranche B & C investments. 4thWay are the world’s first ratings and research agency for market place lending platforms. Their innovative PLUS Ratings, using international

Published on May 26, 2016

Press Release: Proplend Reduces Investment Minimum to £1,000

London, 26 May 2016: Proplend Ltd, the UK’s specialist in commercial property peer-to-peer lending and pioneer of the P2P Loan Tranche Model, are pleased to announce that they have reduced the minimum loan investment amount to £1,000 with immediate effect.   Proplend anticipates that the reduction from £5,000 to £1,000 will broaden their investor base