Comparative analysis of Russian crowdlending platforms
Keywords:crowdlending, investment platforms, Bank of Russia, crowdinvesting
AbstractThe study summarizes the main findings from the analysis of the leading Russian crowdfunding platforms in a three-year time interval. The purpose of the study is to identify the features of functioning of the largest Russian investment platforms in the p2b lending segment. The paper highlights the specifics of the p2b market in Russia and the factors of attractiveness of crowdlending for borrowers and investors. The p2b market in Russia is at the stage of initial institutionalization; the paper provides practical recommendations aimed at increasing the security and transparency of financial transactions done through investment platforms
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