DMO: FinTech crowdfunding benchmarked transaction value in the UK 2014-2020

The graph presents the benchmark transaction value in the FinTech crowdfunding sector in the United Kingdom in 2014, and provides a forecast thereof until 2020. The statistic shows the annual transaction value in the market as a share of the referring total market potential in percentage terms. In 2014, the FinTech crowdfunding sector had a 13.2 percent share. An overview of all Digital Markets can be found here.
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Benchmarked transaction value of the FinTech crowdfunding sector in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2014 to 2020

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Source

Release date

September 2015

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

* Estimate.
** The figures show the annual transaction value in the selected market (market segment, region) as a share of the referring total market potential in percentage terms.

The term Crowdfunding (also: Crowd Investing) defines a variety of transactions where an unspecified number of investors come together in order to invest in a well-defined purpose. The following segment exclusively considers “equity-based crowdfunding”; investments in equity shares or profit-related returns (for example, royalties or convertible loans). Crowdfunding has become a popular financing option for startups and is considered as part of venture capital financing. Well-known platforms in this area are EquityNet, CrowdCube and Seedrs. Not included in this segment are: investor group loans (see Business Lending Platforms), “reward-based” crowdfunding campaigns which have no monetary value for the investor, for example, product launches, art-, music- and film-financing as well as donations. Well-known platforms for these reward-based crowdfunding campaigns are Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

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