Lendable lands £ 200million line of financing for Goldman Sachs


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The consumer lender adds New York powerhouse to its impressive list of institutional investors.

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Loanable secured a £ 200million line of financing from Goldman Sachs Private Capital, as a consumer lender, continues to attract institutional finance.

The London-based consumer lending platform landed the New York Investment Bank term finance deal, to continue funding online loans to consumers in minutes using the machine learning technology.

Loanable head of capital Rory mchugh said: “We believe Goldman Sachs and the Luxembourg fund that we are launching later in the summer will perfectly complement our existing financial partners, as we continue to see significant growth opportunities. “

Luxembourg is the second largest fund investment market in the world after the United States, with 2.4 billion euros under management, investors taking advantage of the unified European single market, as well as the country’s flexible regulations and low taxes on funds.

Summer fund

Last month, Loanable Founded in 2014, secure funding arrangements worth £ 500million with new and existing backers.

Capital came from existing investor Waterfall Asset Management, as well as NatWest Markets and Varadero European Special Opportunities, which provide liquidity to Loanable for the first time.

He said at the time he would launch a £ 150million closed-end fund over the summer, working with a currently unnamed global investment bank that will provide senior funding.

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