The Peer2Peer Finance News Power 50 2021

1 Oct 2021

We are delighted that our CEO, Filip Karadaghi, has been recognised for the third year running in the Peer2Peer Finance News P2P Power 50!

Peer2Peer Finance News provided the following motivation for their selection:

"Karadaghi runs bridging finance specialist LandlordInvest, which was also one of the earliest Innovative Finance ISA providers. The platform, which has ensured its investors earned average returns of 10.5 per cent over the past four years, expects to double its revenue in 2021. It also has plans to partner with another P2P platform on deals, in an exciting sign of collaboration in the sector."

This list highlights the people at the top of the UK’s largest and fastest growing platforms as well as the government officials and regulators who have helped shape the sector into what it is today.

The Peer2Peer Finance News Power 50 2021 list is available here.

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