Matteo Tarroni

Workinvoice

Co-founder and CEO

Matteo Tarroni began his career at Mediobanca. By the end of his 11-year tenure there he had become the Head of Debt Capital Market. In 2003 Matteo got the same position at Merrill Lynch. In 2010 he moved to Credit Suisse Wealth Management as an Investment Partner. These more than 20 years of experience have let Matteo co-found the first Italian online invoice trading platform, Workinvoice, in 2014. Now, Workinvoice has surpassed 100 million euros in advanced invoices, providing liquidity to over one hundred SMEs in Italy.

Event Sessions Featuring Matteo Tarroni


Roundtable (Breakout)

Alternative Credit ‐ Round Table Discussion

London Summit 2018 - 26th March 2018

  • The 22-strong roundtable discussed various aspects of opportunities in the non-bank lending space including the opportunities in SME lending, the maturity of the market and the sustainability of some platforms' business models and the need for greater transparency.
  • Christian Gut, manager of the P2P lending Fund, said investors need to fully understand track records of managers/funds and of how loans are performing. He said it is “really hard to understand” like-for-like comparisons when platform are changing underwriting models.  “Every country and platform is doing things in different ways. The industry should decide a certain level of credit and risk that should exist across the aboard,” he said.
  • Maseco’s Matthews added that niches are well suited to alternative credit but  “you can’t throw a lot of money” at them as this would harm yields.
  • RM’s Nicholl’s said that trust in the sector could be improved by third party audits leading to more capital into the sector.
  • AltFi Data’s Fekete added that lenders are showing more and more interest in having their data assessed and compared on a like-for-like basis. That is a vital part of the maturation of the sector, he said.



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