The two crowdinvesting platforms Walliance and Ener2crowd enter into a partnership aimed at expanding the business proposition for their investors and customers.
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A partnership for the “green” economy
This was announced by real estate equity crowdfunding platform Walliance, which, through the partnership, aims to provide its more than 14,000 active users with a new asset class in which to invest by adding investments in real estate energy upgrades, development of photovoltaic plants, agrivoltaic and wind farms, energy communities, biomass plants, and hydroelectric plants.
In fact, Walliance will launch “Walliance Green” in the coming months, combining the real estate proposition with the energy proposition.
The partnership will be substantiated by sharing capital raising campaigns, with Ener2crowd also providing assistance in analyzing projects in the energy sector proposed by Walliance to its investors.
Active in the market for three years, the lending crowdfunding platform Ener2Crowd has already financed more than 100 ESG projects for more than €20 million raised from more than 10 thousand members and over 4 thousand investors.
It represents the place of reference and aggregation for all those people who identify with a movement in favor of the development of a Green Economy model that aims to make finance a tool to mitigate inequalities, a method of equity, and a good practice of progress.
“Always “include” has been the keyword of our action. Putting our values and experience at the service of other communities of investors who have understood the importance of building a better future – for everyone – will represent the possibility of giving even more impetus to the investments needed for the sustainable transition of our country,” commented Niccolò Sovico CEO and co-founder of Ener2Crowd
Walliance, which has been active in the market since late 2017, with over €110 million invested and 70 thousand registered users, continues its development path by adding the new Walliance Green business line to its Walliance Crowd and Walliance 500 products.
“If until yesterday we have always moved our foundations solely in the world of real estate investments, today we are looking with great attention to investments in the energy sector, a market with great room for growth that generates, along with attractive economic returns with an annual interest rate between 6 and 9 percent and durations of up to 120 months, a particularly positive social and environmental impact. The reasons that led us to create Walliance Green perfectly match the founding principles of real estate financed by Walliance, with a type of investment that, however, is characterized by a reduced risk/return profile,” comments its CEO Giacomo Bertoldi.
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