Advanon connects SMEs and investors to create synergies and win-win situations for all our customers. We are proud to state that we were the first platform for peer-to-peer invoice financing in Switzerland. Join us and get the opportunity to diversify your portfolio by adding a high-yield asset class to the mix. With us, you directly support the success of companies in Switzerland and Germany.
Advanon offers a platform to achieve significant portfolio growth. Over the last 12 months, our portfolio provided a net return of 9.46% to our investors with a default rate of 0.12% on the total volume financed. For more details see factsheet below.
Twice a day new deals are uploaded to the Advanon marketplace. The platform provides extensive information about the investment opportunity, the borrower, the debtor and financing history. Advanon's innovative rating model assesses the companies based on their financial situation, the repayment behaviour, public information and external credit providers.
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Seller Due Diligence
Assessment of the prospective company’s credit and fraud risk through qualitative checks of the company’s business model, (online) representation, management background, etc. as well as through quantitative financial analysis of financial and bank statements.
Debtor Due Diligence (for factoring)
Assessment of the likelihood of repayment by reviewing external credit reports, checking for possible management collusion, and researching additional information about the company in question.
Deal Due Diligence
Verifying of the uploaded proof of future cashflow through verification documents, plausibility of relationship between seller and debtor, and consistency of provided data.
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