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Capitalia reviews increase in half-year funding

Capitalia reviews increase in half-year funding


Capitalia has reported a rise within the quantity of funding that was accomplished within the first half of the yr.

In the course of the first six months of 2023, the peer-to-peer lender issued €13.03m in loans to enterprise homeowners within the Baltics, up from €9.85m throughout the first half of 2022.

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In an replace to traders and shareholders, the Italy-based lender reported a turnover of €705,000 and losses of €52,000. The corporate stated that the losses have been resulting from “extraordinary one-off bills which resulted from the sale of a subsidiary holding a brokerage license”.

The corporate added that as a part of the prices related to opening and sustaining the subsidiary in addition to acquiring the license weren’t absolutely amortized, they have been booked in the mean time of subsidiary sale.

Capitalia predicted that financing exercise will “proceed strongly” throughout the third quarter of 2023.

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“We consider that over the third quarter of 2023 the enterprise financing exercise will proceed strongly regardless of the nonetheless ongoing financial considerations,” stated an organization spokesperson.

“We proceed to watch that firms are adjusting to working within the nonetheless excessive inflation in addition to larger rates of interest atmosphere. Our financing is turning into extra enticing as rates of interest at industrial banks have elevated and we count on to see good tasks for financing all year long.

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