Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, advises that it has exceeded its loan origination forecasts for the six months to 31 December 2020 (on an unaudited basis), delivering total loan originations of NZ$194m for the period, 2% ahead of prospectus forecasts.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, has secured its third debt warehousing facility, from M&G Investments (“M&G”), a leading global asset management firm. The NZ$200 million facility* will help to grow Harmoney’s loan originations; accelerate the transition to a 100% warehouse funding model; and support the expansion of Harmoney’s product offering to more consumers across Australia and New Zealand.
Trading in the shares in Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), will commence on a normal settlement basis on ASX at 11.00am (AEST) today following the successful completion of its A$92.5 million Initial Public Offering (IPO) at A$3.50 per share.
Harmoney celebrated its fifth birthday in 2019 with some major achievements. We asked our executive team to look back at the year that was, and a give us a glimpse of what's in store for 2020.
Harmoney, a leading digital platform lender in Australasia, has successfully completed a Series C funding round which has raised AU$22.9 million (NZ$25 million) in capital from two new Australasia-based investors. The company, founded in New Zealand in 2014, has received its latest financial backing from Australian private equity firm Kirwood Capital and a private institutional investor based in New Zealand.
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Harmoney, Australasia’s largest fintech lending marketplace, has marked another first for fintech in New Zealand and Australia by hitting $1 billion in loan volume. The milestone comes as the company’s operations soared between FY17 and FY18, with 87% revenue growth.