GetBucks Botswana and Zambia loans suspended from the Primary and Secondary Markets

30.04.2020

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Due to failing to fulfil their payment obligations to Mintos investors in full, we have made a decision to suspend loans originated by the lending companies GetBucks Botswana and GetBucks Zambia from the Primary and Secondary Markets on Mintos, until further notice.   (more…)

Updated: IuteCredit starts loan buyback from Mintos investors

30.04.2020

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April 30 update: IuteCredit has prolonged the discounts and offer validity for the buyback. Please see the highlighted details below.

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Peachy has made a repayment of £ 200 000

29.04.2020

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Peachy, a lending company that decided to discontinue business operation in the UK, has recently made a repayment of £ 200 000 which is already transferred to investors on Mintos.  (more…)

Mintos lifts IuteCredit Kosovo suspension on the Secondary Market

29.04.2020

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A suspension on the Secondary Market has been lifted for one of the lending companies – IuteCredit Kosovo, allowing trading of its issued loans.  (more…)

AlexCredit Mintos Rating changed to D

28.04.2020

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At the end of March 2020, AlexCredit’s loans were suspended from the Primary and Secondary Markets on Mintos due to missed settlement payments to investors on Mintos. AlexCredit was also put on the negative ratings watch.  (more…)

Update on recent Varks licence revocation, situation in Armenia and Finko payments to investors on Mintos

22.04.2020

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Comment by CEO of Finko Group, Janis Pizics for investors on Mintos:

Economic situation and Covid-19 impact

It is critical to understand the current economic and social situation in Armenia. Large part of the economy in Armenia consists of tourism and agriculture, and the rapid growth historically was driven by construction and service sector. (more…)

Akulaku suspended on Primary and Secondary markets due to late payment settlement; a restructured payments schedule already in place

16.04.2020

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In light of a recent announcement of the President of Indonesia on the possible country-wide emergency state, as well as a recommendation of the Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan) of Indonesia for banks and alternative lending companies to defer current repayments, there is a possibility that borrowers’ repayments will have to be restructured. Described in detail by the CEO of the lending company Akulaku in Indonesia, Akulaku is experiencing difficulties and hence has missed their settlement payments due on March 31 and April 7 2020, resulting in accumulated pending payments…

Statement from Akulaku on recent events in Indonesia and impact it has had on business

16.04.2020

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Comment by CEO of Akulaku, William Li for investors on Mintos:

“Dear investors on Mintos, 

We at Akulaku in Indonesia, pride ourselves on our responsible practices and work to promote financial well-being in the SouthEast Asia area. First, we have to admit that the COVID-19 pandemic and its influence on the Indonesia economy and financial industry is really beyond our expectations.  (more…)

Updated: Letter from ID Finance and IDF Eurasia’s Co-founder, Boris Batine

14.04.2020

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April 9, 2020

Comment from Boris Batine, CEO of ID Finance on pending payment days to investors on Mintos

First, in relation to my communication of 7th April, thank you for your kind understanding of the situation we find ourselves in, with states of emergency in Kazakhstan, Spain and Mexico and the resultant impact on our loan service schedules. (more…)

Capital Service loans suspended from Mintos Primary and Secondary Markets

06.04.2020

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Due to a failure to make timely settlement payments to investors on Mintos, we have made the decision to suspend loans originated by the lending company Capital Service on the Mintos Primary and Secondary Markets. The suspension is effective immediately until further notice.   (more…)

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