Tarya is part of the Tarya Holding Group which operates the largest alternative investment (P2P) platform in Israel, with additional platforms opening in France and West Africa, and development centers in Israel, Canada, Bulgaria and Ukraine.
Tarya was established by a formidable team consisting of big data experts, intelligence tech specialists and regulation professionals. Empowering growth, retention and relevance for the benefit of the public, Tarya’s Financial Platform as a Service (F-PaaS®) offers businesses a full-suite solution, resolving and correcting financial barriers that have been left unresolved in the traditional banking world.
By providing users with personalized financial solutions at the click of a button, Tarya is reshaping banking. With our unique technology, earnings on loans are returned to the investors (and not to financial institutions) and financing solutions are extended to borrowers in real time, according to their needs and based on their ability to repay. The entire process is executed fairly, integrating advanced technological capability with the human factor, for low-risk, equitable, bias-free transactions.
The privacy of both parties is highly important to us and therefore Tarya strictly preserves the anonymity of both the borrowers and investors on the platform – as prescribed by law.
Keep in mind that for operational tasks, the identities of all investors and borrowers are preserved in the system for the purposes of identification and executing financial transactions.
Definitely, yes! Sub-accounts, or as we call them ‘zones’, can be opened for any third party, whether it’s your kids or even your grandkids. Keep in mind that zones are sub-accounts under the main account holder, which means that the money legally belongs to you as the account holder, and only you can submit a withdrawal request.
To open a zone for your kids just log in to your dashboard.
Tarya’s platform has been built with the focus of reducing our investors’ exposure to risk. By fusing three vital elements – technology, regulation and a community-based business model – Tarya’s alternative investment platform is one of the only platforms in the world that offers investors secured loans, backed by collateral.
In addition to secured loans, we have also developed the following unique systems to further reduce your exposure to risk:
Note: this procedure takes place every month, and changes will be reflected as such in your loan report under the number of loans your invested in.
So, you might be thinking that Tarya sounds too good to be true and wondering what’s the catch. Honestly, there is none. Today, we live in an era where time is one of the scarcest commodities we have. Unfortunately, the banking world has been slow to think of creative ways of using innovative technology to make financing:
At Tarya, we use innovative technology and unique community-based business models which do all this!
What you should however always remember is that Tarya’s liquidity mechanism is built on the balance between money in and money out.
If for some reason everyone decides to withdraw their money from the platform at once, this may influence your liquidity, meaning that some of the following things may have to happen before you can withdraw money:
We liquify your shares in the relevant loans by refinancing the loans you’re invested in and replacing it with new investors.
Loans are repaid
At Tarya we place significant importance on keeping our user’s information private and secure. Our primary mission is to create a platform founded on trust, fairness and transparency.
We know to foster your trust; we need to be able to secure your most valuable assets – your money and personal information. We do this by going above and beyond any local requirements. At Tarya we implement our very own Golden Standard, implementing electronic and physical security methods to keep personal information safe.
The data in the loan performance table reflects the percentage of non-paid loans in each of Tarya’s internal credit ranks and based on the data from the past two years.
Each loan application is examined by our underwriting process with the aim of identifying the risk inherent in the loan, assign a credit score to the loan and as a function of all these, to set an interest rate to the borrower.
The risk inherent in the credit grades are as follows:
The higher the grade (AA), the greater the reliability of the borrower and therefore the lower the interest rate on the loan as he poses a lower risk of insolvency.
The lower the grade (BB), the greater the risk of non-payment and therefore a higher interest rate on the loan.
The data appearing in the table do not include the returns receive from Tarya’s SAFE protection funds, execution of guarantees or monies received as a result of our collection team for late interest from borrowers in arrears and therefore, from the perspective of the lender, the arrears rates are actually lower than what appears in the table.
You can change your investment portfolio at any time so it corresponds to the level of exposure you are willing to take on your investment, alternatively you can open multiple zones with different investment portfolios and see which one best suites your needs.
Click here for the table (and scroll down)
Tarya’s SAFE funds
Loan diversification is a highly effective way to limit investors’ exposure to losses.
However, under certain circumstances, loan diversification may not be possible.
It is precisely for these circumstances – inevitable high exposure to a specific loan – that Tarya designed a mechanism that purchases part of the investors loss.
Put differently, Safe 200 is the “product warranty” that the Tarya system provides its lenders.
For every exposure to a specific loan whose repayments has been in arrears for over 60 days and is above 50 NIS per loan, Tarya will purchase the part of the loan that exceeds 0.5% of the protfolio’s total value.
For example, a certain loan is late on its repayment schedule. An investor’s exposure to that loan accounts for 0.7% of his portfolio. Tarya would purchase the investor loan for the exposure above the 0.5% limit, namely 0.2% (0.7%-0.5% = 0.2%)
This will be paid out every month for the rest of the loan’s term. Hence, the lender’s principal amount will diminish throughout this time.
In cases where the loan term period is less than one year, the protection fund payments will be paid for a period of one year.
Note that if the portfolio is liquified, the said will be paid out only up until the liquidity date and only if the lender has chosen the portfolio depreciation option upon liquidation.
Safe 200 is a feature provided to all investors at no cost. The purchase is triggered automatically by the system’s calculations mechanism.
Safe 500 follows the same principle, but the protection it provides is triggered as soon as exposure to a specific delinquent loan reaches 0.2% of the portfolio. Therefore, it is suitable for risk averted investors.
Safe 500 is a paid-for feature. To find out the fee you would be required to pay if you opt for Safe 500, see the table below.
Note that the fee is charged only for loans in which exposure has exceeded 0.2% of the portfolio. The fee is deducted automatically from the investor’s monthly gain.
For borrowers with several active loans, Tarya will apply the relevant protection feature on a weighted average of all delinquent loans of that borrower
SAFE 500 fee scale:
SAFE 500 fee scales as from 1.1.2021
|Up to 12 months||Up to 24 months||Up to 36 months||Up to 48 months||Up to 249 months|
Once you transfer the money to the Tarya trust account, we need to allocate the exact amount to your Tarya account. This process may take up to three business days, after which the amount will be reflected in your Tarya dashboard. (This is one of the reasons we ask you to use your ID number as a reference – it makes the allocation process much faster).
As soon as the sum is received into the trust account and the money has been allocated, you, the investor, will receive a confirmation via SMS and email confirming the amount deposited on receipt to our bank account.
The peer-to-peer revolution is facilitating and enabling people to connect on a whole new level. Introduced in several market segments, P2P architecture directly connects the service provider to the customer in an environment which is accessible to all, and where all peers are equally privileged. Think of Gett Taxi, Airbnb, Fivver or, in the case of lending, Tarya.
In the world of finance, the P2P model enables social loans, connecting people who wish to invest their money in a stable and safe platform on the one hand, with people who need personalized financial solutions on the other. Platforms facilitate the transaction, and the innovative technology ensures that transactions take place quickly, securely and with very low cost to the users.
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Tarya operates the largest alternative investment (P2P) platform in Israel. Established by a formidable team consisting of big data experts, intelligence tech specialist and regulation professionals, the company is leading a revolution in the financial world. Empowering growth, retention and relevance for the benefit of the public, in both alternative investments and credit solutions for individuals and small businesses. Using Tarya’s unique technology, the profits of loans are returned to the lenders rather than to the financial institution, and financing solutions are provided to borrowers in real time, as needed.
Tarya’s Financial Platform as a Service (F-PaaS®) offers businesses a full-suite solution, solving and correcting financial barriers that have been left unsolved in the traditional banking world. Tarya is an International Israeli based company with development centers in Israel, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Canada.