Brocc, a Swedish company specialized in P2P Consumer Lending, has raised funding from Goldman Sachs Private Capital (“Goldman Sachs”). Brocc intends to use this financing to issue consumer loans, allowing consumers to consolidate existing debts at lower rates.
Jonathan Klein (CEO, Co-founder of Brocc) and Patrik Gunnarsson (CBO, Co-founder of Brocc) said “We are looking forward to using this funding to continue to improve the credit conditions for the Swedish Consumer. The asset-backed investment facility provided by Goldman Sachs will allow us to increase Brocc’s origination of consumer loans via our platform, and facilitate debt consolidation at improved rates to the Swedish Consumer.”
Brocc is Swedish consumer lender, launched in 2016. Brocc caters to Swedish households, which often have loans from other banks, but can and want to get better terms. Brocc´s target is to give borrowers fair conditions with better terms and better consumer experience and to provide good returns for investors. For more information, see www.brocc.se. Brocc is licensed as a payment institution from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
About Goldman Sachs Private Capital
Goldman Sachs Private Capital is Goldman Sachs' investing and lending business dedicated to providing long term capital to growth and middle-market companies throughout the US, Europe and Israel. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centres around the world.
Brocc: Patrik Gunnarsson at +46 70 993 18 31
Goldman Sachs: Joseph Stein, +44 207 774 4080
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Phone: +46 76 133 99 40