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Mansa, the nugget of self-employed loans, accelerates its development

2021-02-28T18:40:36.832Z

The fintech is raising 18 million euros to grant 20 million loans in 2020 and cross borders. It is a new player in finance who is riding the wave of self-employed workers. Launched just a year ago, the young tricolor Mansa offers microcredits (between 500 and 10,000 euros) to this population, the number of which has exploded for ten years in France (+ 126%) and in Europe. She is moving very fast. After raising 2 million euros last year, this finance (fintech) start-up has just convinced s



It is a new player in finance who is riding the wave of self-employed workers.

Launched just a year ago, the young tricolor Mansa offers microcredits (between 500 and 10,000 euros) to this population, the number of which has exploded for ten years in France (+ 126%) and in Europe.

She is moving very fast.

After raising 2 million euros last year, this finance (fintech) start-up has just convinced several renowned investors (Anthemis Group, Yannick Bolloré, Romain Afflelou, Didier Valet, Mathieu Laine, Laurent Ritter, etc.) and a Franco-British fund to follow it for a new round of funding of 18 million euros.

These funds must allow the nugget to move up a gear and cross borders.

In 2020, Mansa granted 1.5 million loans (mainly cash) of 3,500 euros on average, repayable in twelve months.

“I belong to a generation which tends more and more towards freelancing,

explains Ali Rami, the very young

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Source: lefigaro

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