Harmoney CEO, David Stevens, took the virtual stage Wednesday (March 17) to present to an enthusiastic investor audience at the 2021 ASX Small and Mid-Cap Conference, eager to learn more about Harmoney. Dave took the audience through a brief overview of Harmoney and its recent performance before rounding things off with a strategic outlook and Q&A. This year’s conference was hosted live in an entirely virtual format with investors hearing from 24 emerging ASX-listed small and mid-cap companies.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, announces first half financial year 2021 (1H21) results for the six months ended 31 December 2020.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), advises that its CEO and Managing Director, David Stevens, and CFO, Simon Ward, will present the Company’s First Half FY21 (1H21) financial results on Wednesday 24 February 2021.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, announces the appointment of Paul Lahiff to the Board as Non-Executive Director, effective today. Paul will also sit on Harmoney’s Audit and Risk Committee and Chair the Remuneration and Nominations Committee.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, advises that it has exceeded its loan origination forecasts for the six months to 31 December 2020 (on an unaudited basis), delivering total loan originations of NZ$194m for the period, 2% ahead of prospectus forecasts.
Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, has secured its third debt warehousing facility, from M&G Investments (“M&G”), a leading global asset management firm. The NZ$200 million facility* will help to grow Harmoney’s loan originations; accelerate the transition to a 100% warehouse funding model; and support the expansion of Harmoney’s product offering to more consumers across Australia and New Zealand.
Trading in the shares in Australasia’s largest online direct personal lender, Harmoney Corp Limited (ASX:HMY) (Harmoney or the Company), will commence on a normal settlement basis on ASX at 11.00am (AEST) today following the successful completion of its A$92.5 million Initial Public Offering (IPO) at A$3.50 per share.
Harmoney, a leading digital platform lender in Australasia, has successfully completed a Series C funding round which has raised AU$22.9 million (NZ$25 million) in capital from two new Australasia-based investors. The company, founded in New Zealand in 2014, has received its latest financial backing from Australian private equity firm Kirwood Capital and a private institutional investor based in New Zealand.
Harmoney has been named Australia’s top risk-based personal loan at the 2019 Finder awards. It is the first year a personal loans category has been included in the Finder product awards, which celebrate the best and most innovative businesses challenging the status quo on behalf of consumers.
Australasia’s largest marketplace lender is meeting a rapid pace of growth by ushering financial services leader David Stevens into the business from 1 September 2019. Mr Stevens steps into the CEO role in early 2020, a transition which will free Harmoney’s founder and current CEO Neil Roberts to focus on strategy and product as the platform continues to innovate and lead across both markets.
Harmoney has been advised that the Commerce Commission intends to commence civil proceedings in the High Court by way of “case stated” to clarify whether the platform fee charged by Harmoney to borrowers from its marketplace platform is subject to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA). The case stated procedure is rarely used and enables the courts to provide a ruling on the interpretation of a particular law.
The leading peer-to-peer lending marketplace Harmoney has announced changes to its fee structure for Lenders, effective from 13 June 2016. The changes follow the restructuring of fees to Borrowers in December 2015, at which time the company significantly reduced the Platform Fee for all Borrowers.
Harmoney Corp Limited, Australasia’s largest and fastest growing peer-to-peer lending marketplace, has confirmed the sale of $8.5m of Series B shares to a US-based investor and UK-based P2P Global Investments PLC (P2PGI). The Series B round values Harmoney at $109m.