Linked Finance chief executive Niall Dorrian and Murphy’s Ice Cream co-founder Sean Murphy who last year raised €75,000 via the P2P platform

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lender Linked Finance, which is seeking to become the biggest non-bank lender to SMEs in Ireland, has raised €2 million in equity f(...)

Linked Finance originated more than €5.1m in loans in the first three months of this year.

Peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance, which is seeking to become the biggest non-bank lender to SMEs in Ireland, reported a €1.2 million net loss last y(...)

Linked Finance’s  plan is to have lent more than €350 million to SMEs by 2020. Photograph: Getty

Irish peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance has agreed a deal with Paris-based Eiffel Investment Group that will boost its access to funding as it seeks (...)

Linked Finance is looking at US and international funds who have capital to provide liquidity or loans via peer-to-peer platforms

Irish peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance is planning to raise €5 million in new equity and up to €150 million in liquidity funding to help it finance (...)

Latest accounts for Linked P2P Ltd show it had accumulated losses of just more than €1 million at the end of April 2015.

Dublin-based peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance has hired former Digicel executive Niall Dorrian to lead a major expansion of its lending a(...)

Peter O’Mahony, Founder of LinkedFinance.com and Tony Perrey, director at Pulse College at Windmill Lane studios, launching the largest ever peer-to-peer loan in Ireland.

Creative media education provider Pulse College is seeking to raise €60,000 to expand the business in Ireland’s largest ever peer-to-peer loan.Pulse (...)

The committee’s recommendations on better access to finance for SMEs have been largely welcomed by the business community

Independent verification of lending rates across the banking sector is one of 25 recommendations contained in a new report on access to finances for S(...)

Peter O’Mahony, who founded the crowdfunding initiative Linked Finance

The first small business to receive a loan through Linked Finance’s crowdfunding initiative was a bakery. “We had to go looking for a butcher and a ca(...)

After a person applies to Linked Finance for a loan, details are posted on the company’s website. Individuals participate in the auction by bidding amounts of money they wish to offer and the interest rates they require.

A leading businessman in Cork has given his backing to crowdsourced funding as a means for small and medium-sized enterprises to obtain funding, follo(...)