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    At Symfonie we look at the past
    but we focus on the future
    We succeed when our clients succeed

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Symfonie Capital holds the first international P2P conference in Prague

Join us at the inaugural European conference “P2P lending - the New Frontier in Finance.” We bring together European P2P platforms, investors, borrowers and representatives of regulators and government departments. The event will be held 12. February 2015 in Prague.

Symfonie Capital is sponsoring this event in co-operation with University of Economics, Prague and EAPPL (European Association of Peer to Peer lenders). The conference provides an ideal setting in which to connect with the emerging European P2P lending community and learn about its opportunities.

Registration process begins December 15th

Symfonie Capital presented at the Cbonds Poland & CEE Bond Сonference 2014

M. Sonenshine, the Principal and founding partner of Symfonie Capital, joined a panel of investment professionals from some of Poland’s leading credit investors Cbonds Poland & CEE Bond Сonference held recently in Warsaw.

Speaking about the future of Poland’s debt markets, Mr. Sonenshine discussed the critical need for more transparent financial report by issuers. Mr. Sonenshine also stressed the need for investors to develop their own credit scoring models and to support the development of truly independent, un-biased credit rating agencies. “A system in which issuers pay credit rating agencies to provide credit ratings is fundamentally flawed,” he said.