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Aloysius Fekete

Aloysius Fekete

Head of Product

AltFi Data Analytics


Aloysius has over 20 years experience as an engineer and finance professional.  His career started on the west coast of Canada as consulting civil engineer specialising in materials testing and high performance concrete research.  He then joined a high-tech startup as part of the core research team developing state-of-the-art opto-electronics for measuring electric power.  He subsequently did on MBA at the Schulich School of Business in Toronto.  During his MBA he did an 8-month secondment in Mexico City at Scotia Inverlat Capital Markets where he developed an expertise in structured finance.

On completing his MBA, Aloysius moved to London where he has worked in financial services.  He quickly established himself as an expert in securitisation developing analytics for cash flow modeling, credit rating surveillance platforms and pricing methodologies.  He has worked across the spectrum of market participants from data vendors to rating agencies to banks.  Aloysius was an early fintech pioneer launching MaxBips, an online platform for term deposits.

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Articles by Aloysius Fekete

Chart of the Week: Funding Circle's First £2 Billion

20th February 2017

Chart of the Week W06-2017: Following on the heels of Zopa's first £2 billion, Funding Circle became the first UK P2P business lender to reach the same milestone this past weekend.  Evident ...

UK P2P Business Lending Growth Remains Robust

16th February 2017

Chart of the Week W07-2017: Further to the recent article on Peer2Peer Finance News "Business appetite for P2P loans has fallen, says NACFB chair” AltFi Data have provided some more detailed ...

AltFi Data Marketplace Lending Returns Seasoning Exposure

10th February 2017

Chart of the week W06-2017: In this week's chart we compare the seasoning exposure of our industry benchmark with the aggregate seasoning exposure of the combined loanbooks of Funding Circle, ...

Record Month of Originations for Zopa

3rd February 2017

Chart of the week W05-2017: Following December 2016, a month where Zopa halted new investments and originations retrenched significantly, they came roaring back in January 2017 chalking up an new all time ...

Alternative Finance in 2016: Good Growth in a Tumultuous Year

9th January 2017

The numbers are in and it's time to tally up the totals for 2016.  For the first time this year we will be reviewing both UK and Euro originations. UK 2016 was characterised by ...

Monthly P2P Origination Growth: US, UK and Europe

8th December 2016

Chart of the week for 2016-W49: This week's chart shows the relative growth across different regions in the world.  Not withstanding the very different relative sizes of these ...

Chart of the Week 16-48:
Q4 Poised to Breach £1 billion

28th November 2016

    This week's chart: P2P origination in the UK is poised to break through £1 billion for the first time at the current run rate.     For more information, ...

Chart of the Week 16-47:
Contingency Fund Evolution

21st November 2016

  This week's chart: Evolution of contingency fund coverage for Zopa and RateSetter. ​For more information, contact ...

Chart of the Week 2016-W46:
Record Volumes Post-Brexit

14th November 2016

AltFi Data is inaugurating a new series highlighting notable trends and useful analysis derived using AltFi Data Analytics.  This week's chart: total monthly origination by platform for ...

Continental European Volume Roundup - August 2016

26th September 2016

August saw a return to the platform lending levels seen in the first half of 2016 in Continental Europe after a slow July with origination volumes bouncing back to €53.8million. This is well over ...