An alternative way to invest

Diversify your investment portfolio with a solid alternative to stocks, bonds and real estate. Over the last 5 years investors have received more than a 7.5% annualised return.

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50+
Years of
Experience
100+
Satisfied
investors

Quantrom's results speak for themselves

Return compared with other asset classes

Compared with other European asset classes over the past 5 years, Quantrom P2P Lending comes out quite favourably. Over the last 5 years. Since 2017 Quantrom P2P lending has given our investors a return of more than 45%.

Returns comparison since March 2017

Stable returns year-on-year, regardless of external factors.

What is Quantrom?

Quantrom P2P Lending DAC, or simply Quantrom, is a company established in Ireland with the purpose of investing in alternative lending, which is lending over the internet.

People can borrow to renovate or build a property, buy a car or acquire consumer goods. You can best compare it with “old-fashioned” mortgage deeds with different types of collateral.

Investing in Quantrom is done by subscribing to profit participation notes, which is a financial investment where the noteholder gets a share of the profit each month. Our profit participation note is accumulating, which means that the profit of each month is added to the value of the note.

Our core investments are in car, property or business loans among others, however, it is important to point out that we do not invest in pay-day loans.

About Quantrom

Loans by type

Over 75% of our portfolio is invested in collateralized loans.

21%Personal
47%Cars
28%Property
4%Business

Our lending

Quantrom focuses on 4 types of P2P loans: Car loans, Property loans, Business loans with collateral in properties, and Personal loans. This type of lending is the equivalent of “old-fashioned” deeds that have moved online.

Why invest with Quantrom?

Quantrom Lending DAC P2P

Stable returns

Our approach to alternative lending has been developed in order to minimize volatility and reduce the potential risk to your funds.

Over 75% of our loan portfolio is backed by collateral and buy-back guarantees. We have successfully brought a stable annualized return of 7.5% to our investors during the last 5 years, regardless of market events, e.g. COVID-19, that had an adverse effect on other investment solutions.

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Subscription & redemption

It takes 3 easy steps to invest in Quantrom. Your subscription to Quantrom is very transparent and handled online. After subscribing, you transfer your funds to our client account in the Bank of Ireland. Our transfer agent – DM Financials – will execute your subscription and register your profit participation notes. A minimum investment period of 12 months applies. Should you decide after 12 months to redeem your notes, it will be as easy and transparent as the subscription process.

Quantrom Lending DAC P2P

Trustworthy partner

With Quantrom you do not need to worry about hidden fees, high transaction premiums, bid-offer spread or unexpected costs that diminish your overall return. Our process is completely transparent and all details of our investment procedure can be accessed freely. Our monthly reports will describe every facet of our portfolio. Whenever you have questions, contact us (via email) or book a call.

Visualize your potential earnings

The calculations below is based upon the moderate scenario in our Key Investor Information Document. Expected return is 7.37% per year over a 5 year investment horizon

Investment in EUR
100.000 €
Investment period
4 years

DISCLAIMER: Alert: You are about to purchase a product that is not simple and may be difficult to understand. Past performance is no guarantee for future performance. Please consult your own independent financial advisor before you invest.

Estimative Net Return:
32.786 € (32.79%)
Estimative Value of investment after fees
132.786 €

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