Investor

Is my financial data secure?

Only institutional investors or qualifying high-net-worth individuals are allowed to purchase invoices. All investors registered on the platform have been fully vetted by MarketInvoice and sign up to ...

Is MarketInvoice regulated?

Invoice finance falls under asset based financing, which is not currently an activity regulated by the FCA. MarketInvoice does not invest any capital into invoices itself or on behalf of any third par...

Can I qualify as an investor on MarketInvoice?

In order to invest on MarketInvoice you must both meet our criteria and pass our checks. We accept applications from: High net worth individuals Sophisticated investors Institutional investors (hedge ...

What does MarketInvoice charge investors?

MarketInvoice charges a percentage of any profits earned by investors, depending on the sum of funds held on the platform. There are no sign-on fees or on-going service fees – investors only pay fee...

Where are investor funds held?

MarketInvoice does not take any deposits directly. Investor funds are placed in segregated client accounts held at Barclays Bank. Each Investor holds a dedicated client account. There is no right of o...

Is there a minimum lock-in period for investors?

At MarketInvoice there is no minimum or lock-up period. Uninvested funds may be withdrawn at any time. However, funds that have been invested in invoices cannot be redeemed until the invoice has paid ...

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