European peer-to-peer lending platform Robo.cash has said that its Kazakhstan originator saw loan volumes grow 29% q/q in the third quarter of 2021, Peer2Peer Finance News reported.
The firm said its “buy now, pay later” payment solution UnaPay continues maintaining a focus on product development and has seen increasing revenue since the start of 2021. Lending volumes across all locations - including Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia, among others - grew by 270% q/q.
Robo.cash recorded its customer return rate at the end of September as reaching 91.1% – 8% higher than at the end of the previous quarter.
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