LandlordInvest gains FCA authorization

United Kingdom-based P2P LandlordInvest has gained filled authorization from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) after a two-year process.

LandlordInvest is a marketplace lending platform for buy-to-let and bridging loans which are secured by property.

Now that it is FCA-authorized, LandlordInvest has applied to HMRC to become an ISA manager so it can offer the Innovative Finance Individual Savings Account (IFISA). Once approved LandlordInvest will offer the IFISA directly via its platform.

CEO Filip Karadaghi

CEO Filip Karadaghi

“We are delighted to have reached this important milestone, ahead of many larger peer-to-peer lending platforms that are still operating under an interim permission,” CEO Filip Karadaghi said. “Full FCA authorization means that we have proved to the regulator that we are able to meet its high threshold standards and have the appropriate regulatory and operational infrastructure in place.”

Mr. Karadaghi said the IFSA will provide annual tax-free returns of between five and ten percent.

One Comment

  1. Daniel Rajkumar
    February 5, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    Well done Filip, great to see more platforms getting through the authorisation process. We can appreciate how much effort, energy and resource it takes to achieve this. We applied in November 2014 and hope to achieve authorisation in the coming weeks.

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