Murray supports crowdfunding

Murray supports crowdfunding on Internet

The Murray financial system inquiry has rejected calls from some large banks that new digital and Internet based financial competitors should face the same regulations they do. The Murray inquiry said innovations that didn’t pose a risk to the financial system should have a lower regulatory burden, which “will allow innovation to come into the system.”

The Murray inquiry said technological change was transforming financial services quickly and could improve competition but also reduce it. Recent innovations include equity and debt crowdfunding and online business funding and lending.

funding4business recognised this emerging trend into on-line and Internet based financial services and was specifically established to facilitate peer-to-peer start-up funding and business loans to Aussie businesses.

We are an Aussie company, with an Aussie team, applying Aussie developed technology and know-how, to an emerging P2P alternative investment and financial marketplace for the benefit of Aussie business borrowers and Aussie investors.

We connect business borrowers with investors such as SMSFs, HNWIs, SIVs and PIVs holders for their mutual benefit.

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending acts as a flexible investment alternative where established businesses can borrow funds and negotiate business loans directly with willing investors at mutually acceptable investment rates, terms and conditions.

The funding4business marketplace is open and transparent, offers a broad range of investment options, provides flexibility, offers potentially better investment returns, faster and simple settlement, online registration and algorithmic loan matching to your investment criteria.

funding4business was launched in Australia on 1st August 2014.