Introducing our new Mintos Loan Scanner. Find the best Mintos loans quickly

Last updated: 18 August 2019

How to find the best Mintos loans

Mintos currently offers loans from 58 lenders. That’s a lot of choice, which is great, but it can also make it hard to create a portfolio that has the optimal balance of risk and return. The quality of the different lender on Mintos varies dramatically, which also makes loan selection even tougher. For over a year, we have been publishing our Mintos Lender Ratings, to help investors identify which lenders have the strongest credentials, and which are higher risk. This has been a very popular feature, and so today we are launching our new Mintos Loan Scanner. Our Loan Scanner builds on our lender ratings and adds information about current interest rates, and the supply of loans on the primary market, to help investors quickly see what is available across the primary market, and what the best opportunities may be. We plan to regularly update this page as interest rates, lender ratings and loan availability changes.

What are the best Mintos Euro loans available?

The chart below represents the loans available on the Mintos primary market as of August 18 2019. The vertical axis shows the typical interest rate that can be found from each lender. The horizontal axis represents the current rating score for each lender. The size of each bubble represents the availability of loans (low/medium/high).  The most attractive loans are on the top right side of the chart, and the least attractive on the lower left side. We have noticed that rates have fallen over the last month – up to 2 or 3% in some cases.

Mintos loan scanner find best loans

Loans that currently offer a good balance of return and strong lender score include Mogo, Credit Star, ID Finance Kazakhstan, Kredit Pintar and iute Credit. While most Mintos lenders are structured with buyback guarantees, individual loan characteristics also need to be considered. Some lenders, such as Hipocredit and FIREOF offer mortgages secured on housing, but at lower returns. Capitalia offers some of the highest interest rates available, but without buyback guarantees. The full list of lenders offering Euro denominated loans currently operating on Mintos is shown below. 

Mintos Lender Our rating Interest rate Availability
Mogo 76 11.5% High
ID Finance Holding (Kazakhstan) 78 12.0% High
ID Finance Spain 39 11.0% Mid
ID Finance Mexico 8 11.0% Low
Credit Star 79 12.0% Low
Capital Service 57 15.2% None currently
iute credit 77 12.0% Mid
Vizia / Banknote 77 14.0% None currently
Creamfinance 67 11.5% Mid
Extra Finance 52 12.0% Low
Mozipo 47 12.0% Low
Aasa 71 9.5% Low
Aforti (suspended) -100 10.5% None currently
Capitalia 36 12.5% Mid
Lendo 34 11.5% Low
ITF Group 45 11.0% None currently
Hipocredit 32 8.0% Mid
Debifo 32 10.0% None currently
Get bucks / My bucks 24 12% Mid
CashCredit 53 10.0% Low
Rapido 16 11.5% Low
Bino 15 11.5% Low
Sebo 53 14.0% Mid
SOS Credit 46 13.0% None currently
Watu credit 61 9% High
Kredit24 32 N/A None currently
Varks 61 12.0% High
Agrocredit 47 7.0% Mid
Acema 61 7.5% None currently
ExpressCredit 53 10.5% Low 13 15.0% High
Alfakredyt 45 10% None currently
Placet Group 71 9.5% Low
Simbdo 43 14.5% None currently
Metrokredit 13 15.1% Mid
FIREOF 43 6.5% Low
Akulaku 54 11.5% Mid
EBV Finance 63 7.0% Mid
Credissimo 80 11.0% Mid
Rapicredit 28 11.0% Low
BB Finance / EGE 55 8.5% Low
Dinero 41 12.5% Mid
Credius 68 13.0% None currently
Tigo 26 14% Low
LF Tech 66 N/A None currently
Kviku 57 12.1% Low
Cashwagon 37 13.0% High
Kredo 23 14.5% None currently
Efaktor 45 N/A None currently
Peachy 17 12.0% Mid
ID Finance Spain 39 13% Mid
Dineo Credito 60 9.5% Mid
Lendrock 41 10% Low
Dineria 12 11.5% High
Kredit Pintar 66 13.0% High
Mikro Kapital 47 9.0% Mid
Alexcredit 41 13.0% None currently
Monego 34 14.5% High

What Mintos loans are available in other currencies?

Most loans on the primary market are available in Euros, however there is growing supply of loans in other currencies. Availability tends to be quite volatile. We think these loans will be purchased by investors already holding cash in these currencies, but the higher returns generally available may attract some European investors to purchase these loans. Current availability of all the non-Euro lenders shown above is relatively limited, but there is decent availability in KZT, GEL, Zloty and Ruble currencies currently.

Check out loans available on other sites

EstateGuru logo

EstateGuru is an excellent site that offers loans secured on real estate. Rates are high - around 11%. Currently mainly focused on the Baltic region of Europe but with plans to expand into other countries.

Lenndy is another multi-lender P2P investment site. It is much smaller than Mintos, but it has an interesting range of loans. Many have high rates, with buyback guarantees

Viventor logo

Viventor is a similar site to Mintos, just smaller. Some secured loans are available. There are multiple lenders listed on the site, but the quality can vary (see our Viventor lender ratings for details).

October P2P logo

October is focused on lending to small businesses in France, Spain and Italy. Rates are often a little lower than on Mintos, but some investors will like October because of the countries it operates in.

Bulkestate logo

Bulkestate is a small but growing site focused on loans secured on real estate. It offers loans secured by real estate. Their rates are the highest in Europe for secured loans currently (11-14%)

30 thoughts on “Introducing our new Mintos Loan Scanner. Find the best Mintos loans quickly

  1. Johan Reply

    Great page. Invaluable for helping in balance risk. What do you think about Mintos Invest &access? Could Mintos with their insider information be limiting or removing originators at risk?

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  3. Ondrej Reply

    Great job, I put it together with mintos and these loan originator/company missing:
    efaktor S.A
    Dziesiatka Finanse
    Extra Finance
    Lime Zaim (as mentioned above)
    Tengo/Capvia LLP
    Banknote/SIA ExpressCredit

    hope it is helful

    • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

      Hi Ondrej. Most of those are there (except Nova which is brand new and we are adding now). It seems a lot of people have different preferences in terms of exactly what to call each lender in the table, but we’ve done our best to provide the most obvious name that is consistent with the Mintos site.

  4. Marco Reply

    Great Work. Thank u very much.
    It Seems like u missed Out in adding Kredit Pintar to you Interest/Lender Raiting Chart.
    Keep Up the great work. U helped me a lot! 🙂

  5. JBwocky Reply

    Does anybody know why loans from Lime Zaim disappeared? What does it mean? Should I start to worry? I invested in their loans and they are all late. Mintos gaved them B

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  8. Mark Reply

    Hi Oscar,
    I am trying to come up with a scoring system to determine the allocation for a portfolio of 100k EUR spread across buyback-guarantee lenders with your rating 50+.
    The purpose of the scoring system is to come up with allocation(% of portfolio) to each lender. One challenge is that if the lender does not have enough available loans,my model would need to adjust accordingly.
    Some of the metrics are: Your(Explorep2p) rating, Mintos Rating, Interest Rate*.
    *On the ‘Interest Rate’ metric, basically as long as Explorep2p rating is good and Mintos rating is good, and buyback guarantee is in place, the higher the better.
    My question is, what other metrics could I use in these calculations?
    I am trying to model this in Excel, I’d be happy to share what I come up with when it’s done=)

    • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

      Hi Mark. Sounds like a pretty good system already to be honest. You might want to think about other characteristics too like geography, loan types and so on. Diversification is good. Otherwise there’s a risk of being overweight pay day lenders in Central and Eastern Europe for example…

      • Mark Reply

        Oscar,thanks for your reply. I forgot to mention that geography would be Eurozone and currency Euro only. Are you saying to get more specific than that? If so, are there statistics on which countries are better? Same for loan types-are there statistics on which loan types have less/more defaults? And do I understand correctly that this becomes important only if a lender defaults on the buyback guarantee?
        Can I somehow send you the Excel I come up with?

        • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

          Hi Mark. The point made about geography is that some countries and regions are higher risk than others. Even if a lender offers loans in Euro currency on Mintos they may actually be operating in a different currency, and there is very little information provided about whether the lenders are hedging the FX risk that they have. On loan types – it can make sense to diversify between lenders that offer different types of loans. So, for example, if the payday lending market has issues, this may not have any impact on the secured car loans or mortgage loans that you hold. If you are relying on buyback guarantees the main focus is on whether the lender is performing well and whether they will be able to perform on their buyback guarantee. That’s why we started this page, because Mintos didn’t really make it clear to investors that it was the main risk they were running, and also that the quality of the lenders varies tremendously.

        • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

          Woops! Thx for letting us know Mark, we’ve fixed the table now!

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  11. Freeze_XJ Reply

    It really looks like the rates are fluctuating wildly. Several lenders are back up to 12%, some of which are high volume (Varks), thus forcing others to also offer more, or miss out on backing. I’m wondering if this is just lenders testing supply/demand, or whether something actually changed on the market, like banks charging higher rates as well.

    • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

      Hi Stan. We’ve updated our tables for BB Finance Group today, with an initial score of 62. We think they have some good metrics however it is hard to find their loans (some can be found if you set up an auto-invest to buy their loans).

  12. Matteo Reply

    Great work, thank you!
    How do you calculate the lender rating?
    Is there a rating threshold that you suggest don’t go lower?
    Do you know which lender is actually profitable?

    Thank you very much!

    • Oscar Harrington Post authorReply

      Hi Matteo. Thanks for the feedback. If you check out our Mintos lender ratings page, you can see all the financial information of each lender and how we scored each lender. The minimum score really depends on your risk appetite, but we think staying above a 50 score could help to significantly reduce investment risks.

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