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Crowdstacker shortlisted for Best P2P (Peer to Peer) Lender award

2016 shaping up to be an 'awarding' year

18th March 2016

2016 continues to be positive and encouraging for Crowdstacker, with the possibility of yet another award!

We kicked off 2016 with a Moneynet award for Best New Peer to Peer Provider*, and now we have been shortlisted for the Credit Today award for Best P2P Lender 2016**.

Crowdstacker has secured its place amongst some of the big brands in the peer to peer lending industry in this award category which looks for excellence in business lending.

Criteria to win the coveted gong include providing best-in-class customer service, innovation and, of course, commercial success in achieving significant raises for businesses looking to borrow through the P2P model.

Crowdstacker’s entry focused on our attention to detail in our forensic due diligence process.  And our subsequent ability to devise bespoke loan structures based on what we deem to be realistic and fair terms to benefit both borrower and lender.  

Our approach, which does not follow the ‘tick-box’ system of some of our competitors, means that we can work in a much more collegiate way with businesses looking to secure funding, whilst simultaneously preserving and protecting the interests of the consumer lenders.

Shortlisted entries to this category can be viewed here

Mark Bristow, co-founder of Crowdstacker, comments: “Whilst we recognise we are a very young business competing for this award against some brand names that have been around for a while longer than us, we are extremely proud to have been shortlisted. It’s another piece of evidence for us that our business model and approach have struck a chord with businesses looking to borrow, and consumer lenders looking for better rates of interest with sufficient levels of security.”