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Peer to peer lending » Crowdstacker



Established in May 2014, Crowdstacker is an FCA regulated Peer to Peer lending platform that allows people to lend to British businesses via bonds, loan notes and peer to peer loans. They generally cater for larger investment targets, their largest being 15m to date.  There are no fees charged to the investor. A minimum investment of £100 is required and most investments are IFISA and SIPP eligible

It is important to note that on the issuance of Bonds or Loan Notes, the subscription monies received from the Investors will then be transferred from the Client Account to the issuer’s bank account.  Once the Bonds or Loan Notes have been issued they cannot be cancelled for any reason.

What happens if Crowdstacker should fail or becomes insolvent?

If the platform were to fail or become insolvent Bonds and Loan Notes will continue to be served by a third-party service provider who is FCA approved.  If this happens the lender may not be able to transfer their bonds or loan notes and the platform including account page would not be available for access.


Crowdstacker Products and Investment

    The platform allows investors to view and invest directly into British businesses

    term: 18 - 36 months min. investment: £100 return: up to 7.00%*
    * provided on 05/02/2020

Investor Overview

  • No investor fees.
  • There is no auto bid/auto lend system available.
  • 1 year to 3-year terms.
  • You can invest via Bonds, Loan Notes or P2P loans as often as you like.
  • IFISA available.
  • SIPP available.
  • * correct as of 04/06/2020
Go to Crowdstacker


Floors 1 & 2 6 Victoria Street, St Albans

020 7118 7570

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incorporated 8 years

  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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