Transaction value in the Marketplace Lending (Consumer) market is projected to reach €57.81m in 2024.
Transaction value is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2024-2028) of 1.43% resulting in a projected total amount of €61.19m by 2028.
The average transaction value per user in the Marketplace Lending (Consumer) market is expected to amount to €33.09m in 2024.
From a global comparison perspective it is shown that the highest transaction value is reached in the United States (€24,420.00m in 2024).
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Marketplace Lending platforms offer private users the option to place requests for loans in an online marketplace to find private investors who would invest at an appropriate interest rate. These services apply a credit score and list the financial requests by intended purpose before fixing a lending rate. One or more investors can then serve the credit request. Although banks act in cooperation with the platform providers, the lending is done, in principle, without direct exposure, risk audits or the formal requirements normally associated with credit lending. This is attractive for many users because the processes are expedited, there is less demand when it comes of the borrower’s creditworthiness and the conditions are often more flexible than with traditional bank loans. Users are defined in this case as active borrowers on an online platform; applicants or investors who are only partially recorded as users are not included. The amount of outstanding, short-term installments or consumer loans recognized during the applicable year is used here as a benchmark.
Keyplayers in the market are Lending Club, Zopa, Auxmoney and Prosper.
Online marketplace for personal loan applications and private investors
Peer-to-Peer loans with interest rates depending on internal credit scoring of the platform provider
Marketplace lending, also known as peer-to-peer lending, continues to be a growing trend in the financial industry. One current trend is the shift towards institutional investors, as opposed to individual investors, as the primary lenders on these platforms. This is due to the increased demand for larger loans, which are more commonly funded by institutional investors. Additionally, there has been a rise in the number of marketplace lending platforms specializing in niche markets, such as small business loans or student loans. The growth in the marketplace lending market can be attributed to several factors. One key factor is the increasing demand for alternative sources of financing, particularly among borrowers who may not qualify for traditional bank loans. Additionally, marketplace lending offers investors the opportunity to earn higher returns on their investments than traditional fixed-income investments, which has led to increased interest from institutional investors. The rise of technology has also played a role, as online platforms have made it easier and more efficient to connect borrowers with investors. The market forecast for marketplace lending is positive, with continued growth expected in the coming years. Factors driving this growth include increasing adoption of digital platforms, rising demand for credit among small and medium-sized enterprises, and the growing popularity of alternative financing options. However, regulatory challenges and economic uncertainties may present potential obstacles to continued growth in the marketplace lending market.
The data encompasses B2C enterprises. Figures are based on transaction values / revenues / assets under management and user data of relevant services and products offered within the FinTech market.
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