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How to get higher returns on your money investing in residential mortgages

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Join Squirrel founder and CEO John Bolton (JB), and Squirrel's P2P Director Dave Tyrer, as they talk all things P2P investing with Squirrel.

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Whether you're already part of our community of investors or wondering what the heck P2P investing is and why it's a smart option during a crisis, tune in and bring along your questions.

We're doing online sessions each Tuesday during May and June, with two times to choose from each of those days: 1pm and 7pm.

John Bolton (JB) and Dave Tyrer from Squirrel will talk for about 20 minutes and then take questions.

What's this all about then?

JB and Dave will talk about the three Investment Classes available: Home Loans, Business Property Loans and Personal Loans. They'll discuss the differences between each Class including their returns, risk and how Squirrel manages the risk with the unique Reserve Fund model. Hint: no Squirrel Investor has lost a cent to date and we intend to keep it that way.* They'll also talk through a couple of case studies, to help give you a full picture of the types of lending that you're investing in.

What about these crazy times we're in?

Yep, the world has recently turned upside down. Because of the nature of what's happening in our economy, many Kiwis have found themselves in financial hardship, and naturally this has meant a few requests for hardship assistance from our Personal Loan borrowers. But it's not all doom and gloom for investors. While we never saw this coming, you might say the Reserve Fund was built with a scenario like this in mind. We believe in being completely transparent so we'll be digging up the detail on arrears, hardship, and how the Reserve Fund is performing.

We'll leave around 40 minutes for questions so don't be shy!

*Past performance does not guarantee future performance.

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