2 weeks ago, we did a Live Webinar Session with Funding Societies, where we’d discussed how P2P lending works where investors (like myself) can earn a much higher interest rates from lending money to local SMEs. But, with that said, this investment does carry some degree of risks as SMEs may default on their loans.

Question – “What if I tell you that … there is a P2P Financing platform that has managed to maintain a track record of 0% financing loss since their inception?”

Answer – Introducing CapBay, a P2P financing platform licenced by Securities Commission (SC) focusing on supply chain finance. They have successfully facilitated over 3,000 transactions worth RM 150 Million since 2016

Here, I have invited Mr. Ang Xing Xian, Co-Founder of CapBay to find out how they have achieved their amazing feat for the last 3-4 years and to discuss the following:

– P2P Supply Chain Financing Products Explained.
– Discover How You Can Invest Alongside with Banks & Institutional Investors.
– Attractive Returns Available for Retail Investors like Ourselves in P2P Lending.
– The Difference between CapBay and other local P2P financing platforms
– How CapBay maintains 0% financial loss up-to-date?


KCLau
KCLau

Financial educator, author and trainer

    4 replies to "CapBay: How to Earn Attractive Returns via P2P Financing on Supply Chain"

    • FIRDAUS HUSSIN

      Hi KC,

      Is CapBay investment shariah compliance?

      • KCLau

        Oh .. I am not sure about this though.
        You can contact CapBay customer support to verify.

    • yeoh wai loon

      Hi KC, i have deposited on Funding Societies but there is no available Investment Opportunities at all is this site still able to earn and profit from ? as i joined PWM yesterday now i saw you were introducing for this CAPBAY may i know which one should i go for this two platform?

      • KCLau

        Funding Societies’ investment deal normally fully funded through the auto-invest. You will need to set up autoinvest to get on most of the deals.
        Capbay is slightly different – the minimum is RM1000 per investment, which is 10x much higher than the minimum RM100 required in Funding Societies.
        Please watch both training to understand the situation before investing.

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