The German lending platform more than doubled the volume of loans it handled compared to a year ago.
German small business lending platform Creditshelf has seen €1bn of loan requests since its inception.
The Frankfurt-based business, which also floated last year, processed €450m of German small and medium sized business loans in 2017.
The platform said it has lent more than €100m to firms since it set up shop in 2014, supporting more than 5,000 jobs.
Chief executive Dr Tim Thabe said: “Having arranged €100m of loans to German small and medium sized enterprises [SME] is an important milestone in the history of creditshelf. SME clients are increasingly turning to online channels when it comes to financing solutions due to efficiency and convenience.”
Thabe added: “Select investments will allow us to make better, faster loans attracting additional investors and cheaper funding, which will help us attract more borrowers.”
The platform said its investors include a mix of professional and institutional credit investors, such as fund managers, banks and cash rich corporates.