WiseAlpha is an online investment platform offering its members access to senior secured loan or bond investments in some of the UK's leading companies. Through WiseAlpha notes, private clients can invest as little as £100 in corporate bonds where the usual minimum deal size is upwards of £100,000. NO FSCS COVER
Read our interview with the WiseAlpha CEO Rezaah Ahmad here.
WiseAlpha User Reviews
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Absolute game changer
Great for Investing Beginners
it has offered what one would normally not be, a platform to invest in all sorts of bonds from new as well as existing SME's. Excellent service.
Excellent platform that provides easy and convenient access to a very lucrative market.
Great investment opportunities as the platform gives you access to premium corporate bonds with nice returns.
In today’s overcrowded and complicated fintech market WiseAlpha cuts through the noise and complexity to offer an easy as you like investing platform. I’d recommend for all consumers.
Business model wise I consider it to be very good. It allows to have access to corporate bonds that would not be possible for the typical investor. The possibility to automatically diversify is also very welcoming.
I would like to see a new mobile app in the future.
Absolutely fantastic company, recommend highly!
What a great idea! Loved it and will recommend to friends
WiseAlpha allows small retail investors to easily invest in quality corporate bonds, which I believe offers better rates and relative credit risk than other debt investment platforms (e.g. P2P lending). Customer service has been great when I've spoken to them, it's ISA-ready, and user experience is very good. Highly recommended.
Rezaah Ahmad, CEO of WiseAlpha explains how and why his platform allows private clients to invest in previously unattainable high-yielding corporate bonds.
Life is pretty unfair really. All the (seemingly) best stuff is reserved for people with the most money.
And finance is no different.