Study identifies uptick in P2P interest since Brexit vote

Advisers urged not to overlook risks of asset class

Victoria McKeever
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Study identifies uptick in P2P interest since Brexit vote

Research identifying a rise in interest in peer-to-peer (P2P) lending since the vote to leave the EU has led to calls for advisers to consider the associated risks as much as the potential rewards.

Among the findings of the study by P2P lender ThinCats was that almost a third (30%) of those surveyed said they had been put off investing in more traditional asset classes following the EU referendum....

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