MarketInvoice

MarketInvoice operates a peer-to-peer finance platform that allows businesses to sell their invoices online. The Company's platform connects investors with creditworthy businesses looking for working capital finance and allows businesses to free up cash flow by unlocking funds from their unpaid invoices. MarketInvoice serves asset managers, hedge funds, corporate treasuries and high net worth individuals from worldwide.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
99 (est)-6%
MarketInvoice was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at MarketInvoice

Anil Stocker

Anil Stocker

CEO / Co-Founder
Ilya Kondrashov

Ilya Kondrashov

CFO, COO, Co-Founder

MarketInvoice Office Locations

MarketInvoice has offices in London, Manchester, Leeds and Bristol
London, GB (HQ)
50 Scrutton St
Manchester, GB
10th Floor Chancery Place, 50 Brown Street

MarketInvoice Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$29.8 m

Latest funding size

£7.2 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year

Investors

MarketInvoice's latest funding round in July 2016 was reported to be £7.2 m. In total, MarketInvoice has raised $29.8 m. MarketInvoice's latest valuation is reported to be £34.9 m.

MarketInvoice Financial Metrics

GBP

Market valuation

34.9 m

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

4.6 m
  • Source: Company Filings,
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

1.1 m4.6 m

Accounts Receivable

177.1 k274.7 k

Current Assets

1.3 m4.9 m

PP&E

115.2 k251.4 k

Total Assets

1.4 m5.2 m

Accounts Payable

849.8 k586.9 k

Current Liabilities

849.8 k586.9 k

Total Liabilities

849.8 k586.9 k

Total Equity

532.7 k4.6 m

Financial Leverage

2.6 x1.1 x
Y, 2015

Financial Leverage

1.1 x

Traffic Overview of MarketInvoice

MarketInvoice Online and Social Media Presence

MarketInvoice News and Updates

Culture isn’t about perks. It’s practising what you preach.

MarketInvoice’s mission is to help small businesses “take control of their cash flow”. We see SO many business owners come to us looking for a way to escape the inflexible and murky bank offerings. The more we talk to our customers, it becomes obvious that words like “transparent”, “flexible” and “s…

Fintech lender MarketInvoice gets a boost as Portuguese bank puts £45 million on its platform

LONDON — Portuguese bank BNI Europa has agreed to lend £45 million ($57.87 million) over MarketInvoice, a UK peer-to-peer lender for small businesses. MarketInvoice announced on Monday that BNI had committed the capital following a trial last year with £28.3 million. MarketI…

MarketInvoice tops up team with appointment of former Deutsche Bank trader

Peer-to-peer online invoice finance platform MarketInvoice has appointed former Deutsche Bank trader Neha Mittal as its vice president of finance and strategy. Mittal left Deutsche Bank in 2012 and founded big data start-up Ambitioni and Laddoo, an instant messaging platform for businesses, befor…

MarketInvoice reports record funding to UK businesses

MarketInvoice, an online platform offering invoice funding for businesses, has reported its best ever quarter for funding to UK businesses. Businesses seeking to avoid cashflow issues can use MarketInvoice to sell unpaid invoices to investors if a customer is unable to pay for goods and services.…

Fintech MarketInvoice is 'taking the fight to the banks' and targeting £900 million in lending this year

LONDON — Fintech company MarketInvoice is planning to more than double the size of its business in 2017 as it launches new products in a bid to become the destination for small business short-term finance. MarketInvoice announced on Thursday that it hopes to reach £2 billion…

Government cash funds almost 10% of peer-to-peer MarketInvoice's loans

LONDON — The taxpayer-backed British Business Bank is providing a major boost to fintech MarketInvoice, new figures show. 9% of loans by value made over MarketInvoice's platform to date have been financed by money from the government-backed British Business Bank, according t…
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