The next member of the team
We are always looking to expand the team with talented and engaging individuals. We currently have the following open positions:
- Operations Executive
- Investment Executive
- Senior Developer
Please contact us if you'd like further information or to discuss joining the team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We partner with leading advisers and service providers to ensure our service is robust and client capital is well protected:
- Accountants and Bookkeepers: Deloitte
- Regulatory and Tax lawyers: Keystone Law
- Corporate Lawyers: Mischon de Reya
- Bank for segregated client accounts: Barclays
BondMason 6-point Code of Ethics
We understand the importance of acting as a careful custodian of our clients' money - your money. We operate with a strict Code of Ethics when conducting our business activities, to ensure our clients best interests are met:
We put our clients interests first
In the event of a potential conflict of interests, our clients interests will take priority over our own.
We don't invest in inappropriate or usurious loans or investments
We don't invest in loans with an APR above 20% p.a. All our loans are hand picked and approved by a member of the BondMason team.
We adopt best practices with regard to legal and regulatory operating framework.
Our legal framework has been drafted by a veteran of the P2P industry and member of the P2PFA (peer-to-peer finance association). In addition, we are in regular dialogue with the FCA, starting in March 2015, about our operating framework, as well as to encourage appropriate regulation and operating practices across the peer-to-peer industry. In April 2015 we were one of the first companies accepted onto the FCA's Innovation Hub programme.
We have an open door policy for clients
Please feel free to contact us by email (invest@bondmason) and phone (020 3126 6705) at any time; we aim to respond within 24-48 hours to any request.
We aim to protect client money by reducing risk, with a full audit trail of investments and the risk of any loss from investment is mitigated.
We have a Client Money account with Barclays, which keeps client money separate and segregated from our own money at all times. All investment records are backed up in 3 separate locations in the cloud as well as through hard copy print outs. We have a diligent process for approving P2P platforms and specific loans, please read our "How it works" page to discover more.
Be professional, and act with integrity in everything that we do
We aim to be professional, fair and transparent. Please contact us If you have any questions or concerns. All complaints are shared with the CEO immediately, and we aim to resolve all matters promptly.
BondMason Contributing to the Financial Services Community
The financial services community is fast-moving, and as an innovator in the market, we are proud to lead thinking in the industry and share our insights with others. Here are some of the events and activities we've contributed to. Please contact us if you have an event or conference that you would like us to participate in.
Stephen Findlay speaker at Alternative and Receivables Finance Conference – Nov 2016
BondMason’s CEO Stephen Findlay was a speaker at the conference; uncovering investor appetite and examining how the increasing pool of investor capital is shaping the working capital finance market.
Stephen Findlay and Graham Martin present at Campden Wealth, The European Family Office conference – Nov 2016
Stephen Findlay and Graham Martin resented at The European Family Office Conference, on 1 - 2 November. With capital markets offering the lowest yields in years, and traditional investment channels struggling to provide stable returns, BondMason presented their insights into the Direct Lending market and shared the new BondMason Select service.
BondMason associate sponsor LendIt Europe – October 2016
BondMason was delighted to be an associate sponsor at LendIt Europe 2016 – Europe’s largest online lending event.
Lisa Coppola joins the panel at the Alternative Funding Network Seminar, London - September 2016
Chief Investment Officer Lisa joins the panel at Informed Funding’s AFN Seminar: Testing Times in Alternative Finance: Brexit and the FCA Review.
Stephen Findlay asked to speak at the inaugural EAP2P summit, Prague - March 2016
The EAP2P summit, is a 2 day summit organised by SymVest, set to cover the areas of P2P & Angel investing throughout Europe. Attended by leading family offices, HNWIs and investment funds.
Stephen Findlay is attending and has been invited as a panellist to contribute to a session on the Regulation of P2P Platforms, covering innovation in the P2P lending sector.
Stephen Findlay and James Wallis at the Alternative Investment Summit, London - November 2015
Stephen Findlay was a panellist at the Alternative Investment Summit, covering the topic of alternative lending and investing. James Wallis also attended the conference, attended by over 250 wealth managers, IFAs and advisers.
Stephen Findlay contributes to the FAMR
The Financial Advice Market Review, conducted by the FCA, is seeking to increase the level of innovation and advice in the financial services community. BondMason was invited to participate, recognised as a leading innovator in financial services. In August 2014, Stephen Findlay contributed to the study and attended a meeting with the FCA in Canary Wharf.
BondMason accepted to the FCA Innovation programme
The FCA is keen to support and foster innovation within Financial Services. In 2015 the FCA started an initiative, Project Innovate, to work with leading innovators. BondMason was one of the very first companies to meet the entry criteria and be accepted onto this programme.
Stephen Findlay chairs panel at the Young Company Finance Conference
Young Company Finance (YCF) is one of Scotland's leading publishers covering investment into startups and scaling companies. Into its tenth year, and with over 300 delegates, the annual conference covered all aspects of support and growth of early stage companies.
Stephen Findlay chaired the final session panel, which included contribution from Kerry Sharp, the Head of the Scottish Investment Bank