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VIDEO: Community lending for London Business School students

Prodigy Finance - December 08, 2017

Student Story Video

Originally from Zimbabwe, Farai Mwamuka, was working in South Africa before he decided to pursue his MBA at London Business School, but be wasn’t sure where he would obtain his financing. As he says, “it’s tough to get financing for MBA studies in general”.

Amelia Martinez from Argentina was attracted to the diversity of LBS but experienced issues transferring money out of the country but was able to concentrate on her MBA preparations and studies once she discovered Prodigy Finance. The straightforward process and the speed of decision making top her list of reasons to consider a Prodigy Finance loans.

Want to know what else these talented LBS MBAs think about their school and the Prodigy Finance team? This short video tells all. 

Risk warning:

This product may have limited or no liquidity and you may find it difficult or impossible to realise the value of your investment. Your Capital is at risk, be aware that by investing in this product you may lose some or all of the money invested. You have limited recourse to the issuer of the security, no recourse to the borrowers, and there are other risks including those relating to the default or insolvency of the issuer who is not an authorised or regulated firm.

This product is targeted exclusively at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. You will only be able to invest once you are registered as a high net worth investor or a self-certified sophisticated investor and have completed a suitability questionnaire prepared by Prodigy Services Limited.

Prodigy Services Limited promotes offers of securities for third party issuers to eligible investors. Prodigy Finance loans are offered to eligible borrowers who are studying outside of their country of residence and the loans are governed by English law. Prodigy Services is an Appointed Representative of BriceAmery Capital Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Prodigy Finance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for certain consumer credit activities and for investment activities. Prodigy Finance Limited and Prodigy Services Limited are incorporated in the United Kingdom with registered address at Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD. This document has been issued by BriceAmery Capital Limited as a Financial Promotion under Section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. PSL_23012017_BV_INSEAD_CAT4


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