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Assetz Capital launches partnership to expand lender base




By Daniel Lanyon on 27th July 2017

https://goo.gl/uuyuTK

The firm is joining Bud’s marketplace, following the likes of Ratesetter, Landbay and Zopa.

 

Assetz Capital is partnering with financial account aggregator Bud, following a host of other fintech lenders, by signing up for its marketplace service.

 

Bud’s Market+  allows users to connect and interact with a host of third-party services ranging from loans, investment and foreign currency and add them to their personal dashboard for future use.

 

Users will now be able to add their Assetz Capital account to their Bud portfolio, ensuring all their investments and finances are visible on one straightforward and easy to use portal.  Following this, there will be two further stages to the Bud and Assetz Capital partnership, leading to full API integration and offering special features. 

 

The partnership will open up a further investor base for Assetz Capital through Bud’s white label solution to banks. Since launching four years ago, Assetz Capital has lent over £300 to date, with investors earning a total gross interest of more than £24m i.e before fees.

 

Stuart Law, CEO and founder of Assetz Capital says Bud is an "innovative and forward thinking" money platform.

 

"We are always looking for new opportunities to partner with likeminded businesses and our collaboration with Bud will help to promote to consumers that otherwise might not have yet discovered Assetz Capital.'

 

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