Zopa have decided to leave the P2P lending market, and instead just be a bank. Blamed on a downturn in P2P demand due to failures by other lenders and increased regulation. It’s easier paying a flat 1.37% interest into savings accounts than ~4% across lots of individual investors. Fellow P2P lenders Funding Circle froze new P2P lending last year, and probably going the same route.
I had a year of ISA with Zopa which will end up with Freetrade. Any ideas for fixed income ETFs? I think Freetrade should publish a marketing thing about fixed income ETFs to lure ISA transfers over - I bet a lot of savers at Zopa have no idea they’re even a thing. @Viktor