Everything about European investment platforms

Are you interested about investing in stocks, p2p-loans or startups but don’t know where to begin? Investment Platforms Europe explains all investment possibilities in Europe. We compare platforms, highlight interesting investment chances and explain all the pros, cons and risks of all the different types out there.

Peer to peer investing

Invest in p2p loans

Peer to peer investing

Peer-to-peer lending grows in popularity. Investing in consumer lending can be rewarding. How to invest and the pros, cons and risks.

Peer-to-peer lending
Invest in crypto

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana

Invest in crypto

Investing in crypto such as bitcoin, ethereum or other coins can offer high returns. How to buy, trade or sell cryptocurrencies.

Crypto investing
Startup investing

Buy equity of startups

Startup investing

Investing in a startup is risky, but can offer huge returns when the company turns out to be successful. How does it work and is it for you?

Startup investing

News about European investment platforms

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EstateGuru reaches €100m in Lithuania

EstateGuru reaches €100m in Lithuania

Estonian real estate investment platform EstateGuru has funded 100 million euros in Lithuania. It reaches this milestone only 5 years after entering that market. The platform has funded over 580 million euros in total.

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Bux Zero launches in Italy

Bux Zero launches in Italy

Dutch online broker Bux is launching its mobile app in Italy. The investment platform now operates in 8 European countries, after setting foot in Ireland and Spain last year. Recently, Bux started offering cryptocurrency and fractured investing to its users.

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15% of VC partners are women

15% of VC partners are women

Only 15 percent of all general partners at European venture capitalists are women. European startups were able to raise 100 billion euros in 2021. Only 1.1 percent of that capital went to startups with only women founders and 8.8 percent went to startups with a mixed founder team. This is most likely linked to the lack of women in leadership positions.

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