Lendix, platform created in 2014, is among the 60 companies which joined the list of crowdlending platform in 2015. Through a €300,000 loan from Alain Ducasse Enterprise, the platform has being able to raise €11 million in loans to finance 57 SME projects. Lendix has consequently become the first platform in France to raise €1 million for a single project as such overriding pioneer lending platforms in monthly loan volume.
Reports from http://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2016/01/79834-lendix-takes-the-lead-in-frances-sme-crowdlending/ holds that, Olivier Goy, “Lendix’s founder and CEO humbly notes that so far, his company at the current run rate, could well be on track to achieve its original ambitious goal of lending €25 million in its first 12 months of operation”. Lendix great performance results from collaboration with global crowdlending leaders such as Funding Circle and Lending Club, which now derive respectively 60% and 70% of their funds from institutional investors.
In Africa where the traditional system of financial services is the order of the day, Ovamba, global platform operating in CEMAC zone is setting the pace with P2P lending. For more than a year now, Ovamba has been assisting SMEs to grow their businesses, helping them to find capital from global investors.