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Fasanara Capital: Fintech Lending Pioneer

Higher spending on the one hand and lower revenues on the other. 

Many people are struggling with a purchasing power deficit in light of the current crisis. At the moment, there are several crises smouldering at the same time: The Ukraine war has given rise to the energy crisis, which is being met by the consequences of the Corona pandemic, which is driving up gas and oil prices even further. As a result, price increases of goods and services can be seen across the board. Inevitably, this means geopolitical tensions and growing wealth inequality, are driving demand for successful synergies and collaborations in the financial services sector.

Fasanara Capital's Alternative Lending strategies aim to create a strong positive social impact on the real economy by leveraging its global ecosystem of fintechs to lend to unbanked/underbanked small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world in a large-scale and sustainable way, putting small business support at the heart of its investment strategy. Fasanara believes innovation to be the primary lever for addressing critical environmental, social, and sovereign risks. Positive change cannot happen without innovators.

In addition, and in line with its investment philosophy and philanthropic efforts, Fasanara has launched a unique initiative, "Investing to Give - Race To The Top Challenge", which aims to create a tangible impact by leveraging both scalability and replication factors to raise funds for charities carefully selected for their strong social impact.

Fasanara believes that as a pioneer and leader in Digital Lending, it has an ethical responsibility to work with stakeholders in the financial services sector and wider society to create a positive feedback loop in the global economy.

Financial technology offers the advantage of acting, in a sense, independently of politically motivated national interests providing a foundation for a decentralised network of lenders working together to help the real economy, microenterprises, as well as consumers. Because public markets are both overly expensive and overly volatile, they fail to efficiently allocate capital to the real economy, opening a "funding gap" for both SMEs and financially excluded consumers around the world. 

“I wouldn't want the message to be that this is in complete competition to banks.” Says Francesco Filia, CEO of Fasanara Capital. “This can coexist with the traditional banking channels, and as a matter of fact, there are banks out there which are very innovative and are looking at fintech as an answer, not as an enemy.”

In an increasingly data-rich world, financial services will also be digitised in the future. Fintech refers to innovative solutions that digitise the processing of financial transactions, with the advantage of often bringing together capital supply and demand, more efficiently than banks. As a result, banks are now more so than ever, cutting off the bridge to SMEs, further stifling economic growth and creating a trillion dollar funding gap. In addition, SMEs are negatively impacted by the increasing trend of late invoice payments.

Francesco goes on to say, “The idea is that fintech can be an alternative channel to funnel capital, through the technology, to the real economy as an alternative to the traditional banking channels, and therefore making a less severe impact of a credit crunch.”

Using proprietary technology, Fasanara is one of the largest fintech capital providers in the world, providing liquidity to lenders and digital asset companies. The firm is committed to investing in new lending technologies that are sustainable, scalable and data-driven. Fasanara has also invested across three venture capital funds to support early-stage technology companies.

Fasanara Capital, a London-based regulated asset manager, was founded in 2011 and is also a technology platform. With approximately $4 billion in assets under management, the firm manages capital on behalf of primarily sophisticated institutional investors, including pension funds and insurance companies in Europe and North America.

Their solutions can accelerate funding speeds, improve credit terms, and enable financing in individual cases. Fintechs are also increasing the pressure on established banks to innovate and optimise their processes and services. As banks pull back, institutional investors have both the need and the opportunity to bridge the gap in the real economy through the borrowing alternatives that fintech enables, helping real SMEs and real consumers to make an impact.

Higher spending on the one hand and lower revenues on the other. 

Many people are struggling with a purchasing power deficit in light of the current crisis. At the moment, there are several crises smouldering at the same time: The Ukraine war has given rise to the energy crisis, which is being met by the consequences of the Corona pandemic, which is driving up gas and oil prices even further. As a result, price increases of goods and services can be seen across the board. Inevitably, this means geopolitical tensions and growing wealth inequality, are driving demand for successful synergies and collaborations in the financial services sector.

Fasanara Capital's Alternative Lending strategies aim to create a strong positive social impact on the real economy by leveraging its global ecosystem of fintechs to lend to unbanked/underbanked small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world in a large-scale and sustainable way, putting small business support at the heart of its investment strategy. Fasanara believes innovation to be the primary lever for addressing critical environmental, social, and sovereign risks. Positive change cannot happen without innovators.

In addition, and in line with its investment philosophy and philanthropic efforts, Fasanara has launched a unique initiative, "Investing to Give - Race To The Top Challenge", which aims to create a tangible impact by leveraging both scalability and replication factors to raise funds for charities carefully selected for their strong social impact.

Fasanara believes that as a pioneer and leader in Digital Lending, it has an ethical responsibility to work with stakeholders in the financial services sector and wider society to create a positive feedback loop in the global economy.

Financial technology offers the advantage of acting, in a sense, independently of politically motivated national interests providing a foundation for a decentralised network of lenders working together to help the real economy, microenterprises, as well as consumers. Because public markets are both overly expensive and overly volatile, they fail to efficiently allocate capital to the real economy, opening a "funding gap" for both SMEs and financially excluded consumers around the world. 

“I wouldn't want the message to be that this is in complete competition to banks.” Says Francesco Filia, CEO of Fasanara Capital. “This can coexist with the traditional banking channels, and as a matter of fact, there are banks out there which are very innovative and are looking at fintech as an answer, not as an enemy.”

In an increasingly data-rich world, financial services will also be digitised in the future. Fintech refers to innovative solutions that digitise the processing of financial transactions, with the advantage of often bringing together capital supply and demand, more efficiently than banks. As a result, banks are now more so than ever, cutting off the bridge to SMEs, further stifling economic growth and creating a trillion dollar funding gap. In addition, SMEs are negatively impacted by the increasing trend of late invoice payments.

Francesco goes on to say, “The idea is that fintech can be an alternative channel to funnel capital, through the technology, to the real economy as an alternative to the traditional banking channels, and therefore making a less severe impact of a credit crunch.”

Using proprietary technology, Fasanara is one of the largest fintech capital providers in the world, providing liquidity to lenders and digital asset companies. The firm is committed to investing in new lending technologies that are sustainable, scalable and data-driven. Fasanara has also invested across three venture capital funds to support early-stage technology companies.

Fasanara Capital, a London-based regulated asset manager, was founded in 2011 and is also a technology platform. With approximately $4 billion in assets under management, the firm manages capital on behalf of primarily sophisticated institutional investors, including pension funds and insurance companies in Europe and North America.

Their solutions can accelerate funding speeds, improve credit terms, and enable financing in individual cases. Fintechs are also increasing the pressure on established banks to innovate and optimise their processes and services. As banks pull back, institutional investors have both the need and the opportunity to bridge the gap in the real economy through the borrowing alternatives that fintech enables, helping real SMEs and real consumers to make an impact.

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Fasanara Capital: Fintech Lending Pioneer

Higher spending on the one hand and lower revenues on the other. 

Many people are struggling with a purchasing power deficit in light of the current crisis. At the moment, there are several crises smouldering at the same time: The Ukraine war has given rise to the energy crisis, which is being met by the consequences of the Corona pandemic, which is driving up gas and oil prices even further. As a result, price increases of goods and services can be seen across the board. Inevitably, this means geopolitical tensions and growing wealth inequality, are driving demand for successful synergies and collaborations in the financial services sector.

Fasanara Capital's Alternative Lending strategies aim to create a strong positive social impact on the real economy by leveraging its global ecosystem of fintechs to lend to unbanked/underbanked small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world in a large-scale and sustainable way, putting small business support at the heart of its investment strategy. Fasanara believes innovation to be the primary lever for addressing critical environmental, social, and sovereign risks. Positive change cannot happen without innovators.

In addition, and in line with its investment philosophy and philanthropic efforts, Fasanara has launched a unique initiative, "Investing to Give - Race To The Top Challenge", which aims to create a tangible impact by leveraging both scalability and replication factors to raise funds for charities carefully selected for their strong social impact.

Fasanara believes that as a pioneer and leader in Digital Lending, it has an ethical responsibility to work with stakeholders in the financial services sector and wider society to create a positive feedback loop in the global economy.

Financial technology offers the advantage of acting, in a sense, independently of politically motivated national interests providing a foundation for a decentralised network of lenders working together to help the real economy, microenterprises, as well as consumers. Because public markets are both overly expensive and overly volatile, they fail to efficiently allocate capital to the real economy, opening a "funding gap" for both SMEs and financially excluded consumers around the world. 

“I wouldn't want the message to be that this is in complete competition to banks.” Says Francesco Filia, CEO of Fasanara Capital. “This can coexist with the traditional banking channels, and as a matter of fact, there are banks out there which are very innovative and are looking at fintech as an answer, not as an enemy.”

In an increasingly data-rich world, financial services will also be digitised in the future. Fintech refers to innovative solutions that digitise the processing of financial transactions, with the advantage of often bringing together capital supply and demand, more efficiently than banks. As a result, banks are now more so than ever, cutting off the bridge to SMEs, further stifling economic growth and creating a trillion dollar funding gap. In addition, SMEs are negatively impacted by the increasing trend of late invoice payments.

Francesco goes on to say, “The idea is that fintech can be an alternative channel to funnel capital, through the technology, to the real economy as an alternative to the traditional banking channels, and therefore making a less severe impact of a credit crunch.”

Using proprietary technology, Fasanara is one of the largest fintech capital providers in the world, providing liquidity to lenders and digital asset companies. The firm is committed to investing in new lending technologies that are sustainable, scalable and data-driven. Fasanara has also invested across three venture capital funds to support early-stage technology companies.

Fasanara Capital, a London-based regulated asset manager, was founded in 2011 and is also a technology platform. With approximately $4 billion in assets under management, the firm manages capital on behalf of primarily sophisticated institutional investors, including pension funds and insurance companies in Europe and North America.

Their solutions can accelerate funding speeds, improve credit terms, and enable financing in individual cases. Fintechs are also increasing the pressure on established banks to innovate and optimise their processes and services. As banks pull back, institutional investors have both the need and the opportunity to bridge the gap in the real economy through the borrowing alternatives that fintech enables, helping real SMEs and real consumers to make an impact.

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