Peer To Peer Lending Launched At Limegrove

Peer to Peer lending is the most recent catch-phrase of the 21st Century and has been growing exponentially around the globe for the last decade.

A new organisation feels consumers deserve the opportunity to experience the fast process, affordable rates and flexible terms in this country for the first time, with sights set for Trinidad and Jamaica as well.

Carilend made its official consumer debut in Barbados at the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre.

Barbados’ Country Mgr Christian Paul cashing in on Mark Young’s joke of locked doors and urging participants to register with Carilend…

Mark Young, CEO and Co-Founder of Carilend addressed a wide array of potential investors and clientele – he sees the potential for forging bold alliances with other agencies who are also operating here who develop secure systems for outfits like Carilend to restore Barbados’ reputation as a financial nexus point of the region;-

Also at the launch and very fascinated with the concept was Donville Inniss, Minister of Industry, Commerce and Small Business Development.

He sees the creation of such a new institution which modernises funding for entrepreneurs as a means of also improving how Barbados can be perceived by global financial authorities;-

Peer to Peer lending brings together Borrowers and Lenders. Carilend‘s convenient online application process can be completed in a few minutes.

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