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Unlocking art assets to buy new works for collectors

Small independent art dealers don’t need to be reminded that giant auction houses such as Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips have the financial clo...

Introducing the most complicated wristwatch in the world

Luxury watches constitute one of the categories of high-value assets we collateralise as security for our unique secured asset loans at peer-to-pee...

Luxury handbags: a fashion statement and a sound investment (Part Two)

Last time, we suggested that if you’ve got some pressing borrowing requirements, it might be worth sifting through your attic (or anywhere else you...

Luxury handbags: a fashion statement and a sound investment (Part One)

Luxury handbags stand among the many categories of high-value possessions we collateralise as security for our low-interest secured asset loans at ...

What are the luxury watches to watch in 2016?

Luxury watches are amongst the broad range of asset categories we use as collateral for our unique, low-interest secured asset loans at peer-to-pee...

George Orwell, a home improvement and Unbolted

What’s a George Orwell-loving agency nurse with a low credit rating to do when he’s between contracts and urgently needs £10,000? Meet Harley, wh...

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How To Buy It: Expert Tips on Watches

All watch brands with a very few exceptions will depreciate immediately after purchase. There are a few such as the grand complication Patek Philippes which are in such short supply and high demand that they can immmediately be sold for a profit.

Why peer-to-peer loans are a more intuitive product for retail investors than equity

The peer-to-peer lending sector in the United Kingdom is much larger than the equity crowdfunding sector. There are many reasons for this, not least of which is the significant demand from consumers and small businesses for credit that is not fulf...

Delays in FCA IFISA-approval for most P2P platforms

With the recent launch of the much-awaited Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA), it has become clear that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has yet to approve a single big peer-to-peer (P2P) lender for involvement in the new tax-free savings vehicle...