John Davies

Just Cashflow lists £50m worth of investment-grade corporate bonds



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Just Cash Flow PLC has listed £50m worth of investment-grade corporate bonds on the Global Exchange Market of Euronext Dublin through its sister company JCF 2021 Bonds PLC.

The bonds are backed by the fintech lender’s portfolio of small business loans, enabling institutional investors to receive a fixed income as a result of its profitable SME funding model.

The announcement comes after Just Cashflow announced that it was delivering an operating profit and has grown lending applications by over 300% in the last two years.

The funds raised through the bonds will be used to lend to more businesses and help assist new and growing SMEs.

“…Our slow and steady approach to building a high-quality loan book with very low capital losses has been reflected in the grade given to our bonds,” said John Davies, CEO at Just Cashflow (pictured above).

"This bond will allow investors to essentially receive a fixed income on the success of funding small businesses, knowing that said businesses are being carefully selected and guided through their growth by a safe pair of hands."

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