The first platform that I wanted to mention in this article is Mintos. Mintos is currently the largest Peer-to-Peer lending platform in Europe, and offer a huge amount of loans to invest in. This makes it a really interesting platform to invest in, as it gives you exposure to several countries and several kinds of loans in each country. That's instant diversification on a single platform. The platform also offers solid returns to investors, around 12%.
On top of that, the interface is really easy to use, and they also have a great portfolio manager so you can set everything once and then just let it invest for you. A large portion of their loans is actually also protected by a buyback guarantee, meaning that even if somebody stopped paying back a loan you will still get your money back.
As for all platforms in this article, I've been investing personally on Mintos (since 2015). Here is a graph showing my accumulated gains from Mintos since I started investing:
As you can tell, I got solid returns from Mintos since I started investing more than 4 years ago. I currently have a solid yield on the platform at nearly 12%, and my money is safe as I invested only in loans with buyback guarantee. Therefore, I definitely recommend Mintos as the best European Peer-to-Peer lending platform. It's the ideal platform to start an investment portfolio or to add to an already existing portfolio.
The second platform I wanted to mention here is Twino. As for other platforms I mention on this page, most of their loans come with a buyback guarantee, so it's a really safe platform to invest in. As of 2020, they have been active for 5 years, and also have been profitable which is very good sign of stability in the future.
What makes Twino different from the other platforms inside this article is that they also propose real estate investment opportunities called Twino Ventures, which allows you to easily diversify in many assets while staying on the same platform. You can also completely automate your investments on the platform, so Twino is also a platform where you can make completely passive Peer-to-Peer lending investments.
I've been investing on Twino since 2015, and never had any issue with the platform. Here are my accumulated returns since I started to invest on the platform:
As you can tell, Twino has been delivering consistently since the beginning, and I really recommend it to put in any investment portfolio.
The third platform I will mention here is Viainvest. As for other platforms in this review, Viainvest proposes a buyback guarantee on most of the loans present on the platform, which is something very nice to have as an investor. Their auto-invest function also works great, and is very easy to setup. Viainvest also has a very clear and easy to use interface, and excellent customer support that solved some issue that I had in a matter of minutes.
What makes Viainvest different from other platforms is that they are actually in the middle of getting an investment brokerage firm (IBF) license, which would make them the first platform of this kind to get such a license. This is definitely a great signal for investors, as it means they are a very transparent company and always willing to innovate to be more trustworthy for investors.
I've also been investing personally on Viainvest since 2018, and here is a graph showing my accumulated returns on the platform:
Similar to the first two platforms, I had solid results since the beginning on Viainvest, and therefore I really recommend having this platform in your portfolio.
The last platform I will mention here is PeerBerry, which is a solid Peer-to-Peer lending platform in which I started to invest in back in 2018. They also offer everything you need from a good Peer-to-Peer lending platform: buyback guarantee on most loans, a great diversity of loan originators & loan types, and an auto-invest function that is really easy to setup. Plus, they offer good interest rates as well, and I only got solid results from the platform since I started investing:
They also have a great team that is always there to answer any questions. Therefore, I also recommend adding PeerBerry to your Peer-to-Peer lending portfolio in order to diversify your investments.