ArchOver: Insurance Protected Crowdlending


ArchOver Is The First Crowdlending Platform That Makes Investor Security Its Priority By Taking Insurance

Lender Security Is What Defines ArchOver

Crowdlending Through ArchOver Gives You The Chance To Realise Significantly Better Returns Than Those Offered By Banks And Many Other Alternative Investments

ArchOver allows borrowers to leverage the credit worthiness of their clients’ balance sheets to facilitate lending for working capital, fuelling growth and expansion, and for replacing existing facilities. 

ArchOver helps companies to borrow. ArchOver uses innovative, forward thinking solutions that rewrite the rule book used by traditional lenders.  For investors, ArchOver seeks returns that are attractive, secured and insured.

In addition to attractive returns, ArchOver uses floating charges and insurance to provide unrivalled security for its investors. The use of insurance underwriting also provides a second tier of sophisticated credit analysis that is carried out by ArchOver’s insurance company partners.


5 Reasons To Lend Through ArchOver

1. ArchOver secures against easily realisable assets like Accounts Receivables.

2. ArchOver uses insurance to protect the value of assets.

3. Security and insurance are always in favour of the lender, not ArchOver.

4. All borrowers have to maintain minimum secured asset values of 125 per cent.

5. ArchOver only works with successful companies. All loans have to achieve its Grade A+ risk rating to qualify for borrowing.  ArchOver doesn’t use internally created risk bands like other crowdlenders. The insurance homogenises the loan risk in addition to ArchOver’s strict internal controls.  ArchOver only provides large loans (minimum £75,000) to successfully trading companies.

Visit the ArchOver website for full details.

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