About investors

Where are your investors based?

We’re home to investors from all over the world and accept all major international currencies.

Can I have both borrower and investor accounts?

No, this is not possible

What type of investors does Acredius have in its network?

Currently, there are private investors in the Acredius' network - which account for the majority of the investors, as well as institutional investors, family offices, funds and HNWI.

Can I register as a company?

Yes, you can register as a company.

Which data do I have to provide in order to register on Acredius as an investor?

Investors must provide their first name, surname, address, nationality and date of birth when registering on Acredius. Some additional information may be needed depending on the type of investor you are. For example, if you are the legal representative of an investor, you will have to upload a procuration. In order to invest, you must provide identification documents, i.e. your ID and bank account details.

Who are the borrowers on Acredius?

Borrowers using the Acredius platform represent companies with commercial register entries and registered offices as well as a bank account in Switzerland or Liechtenstein.

Who can become an Acredius investor?

Both individuals and entities can invest through Acredius. Individual investors must be at least 18 years old and have their identity successfully verified. US citizens, residents or taxpayers are currently excluded for juridical reasons.