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  • Fast application process
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  • Segregated investor accounts
  • Monthly repayments on transactions

Who we are

Our mission is to deliver job and income growth in the markets we serve. The way we do that is by facilitating capital access for small businesses - a $250 billion gap in the Middle East alone.

Since our inception we've underwritten a total of:

$1,697,489.67

Across

81 loans

Above figures do not include cancelled or expired funding campaigns in our marketplace and may change downwards if a campaign gets cancelled or expired.

Click here to see more stats about our portfolio of loans.

How we work

We provide the opportunity for savers to lend to profitable and stable small businesses. The goal is to build more substantial opportunity for people in the MENA region and beyond.

Small Businesses

A small or medium-sized business submits a loan application through this website.

Credit Assessment

We conduct an in-house review of the small business's creditability. Based on that assessment a campaign is approved or denied within 48 hours.

Investors

Once campaigns are posted to the site investors have the opportunity to review them before making a decision to invest.

Repayments & Returns

Small business borrowers make monthly payments to investors. Those funds are available for withdrawal at any time.

 

Some of our loans

Risk Profile: High
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Parehan, and I am a freelance professional photographer based in Amman, Jordan. This will be the second loan that I take out from liwwa, after having completed my payments on the first loan. I have been taking photographs at various events for more than 8 years, and I am a member of the Photographers' Association of Jordan. This liwwa loan will facilitate the purchase of new high-quality lenses, which will help improve the quality of my photos. (Note: Parehan does not have a company registration certificate or trade license.)

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $3,531.07
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $3,531.07!
Campaign expired.
IRR
Annual Returns
3.6 Credit Score
24 months
Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: High
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IRR
Annual Returns
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
24 months
Loan Tenor
3.6
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $3,531.07
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $3,531.07!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Parehan, and I am a freelance professional photographer based in Amman, Jordan. This will be the second loan that I take out from liwwa, after having completed my payments on the first loan. I have been taking photographs at various events for more than 8 years, and I am a member of the Photographers' Association of Jordan. This liwwa loan will facilitate the purchase of new high-quality lenses, which will help improve the quality of my photos. (Note: Parehan does not have a company registration certificate or trade license.)

Risk Profile: Low
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Abed, and I own a clothing business based in Amman, Jordan. I established the business in 2003, and today it has grown to include two retail stores, two workshops and a wholesale office. The business currently employs 8 full-time employees. We offer a wide range of women's sharia-compliant clothing, which we sell at our retail outlets (located in malls) as well as distribute wholesale to different retailers across Jordan. Our workshops offer us the opportunity to sew and decorate different fabrics and clothing items. The business's average sales growth rate over the last 3 years has reached around 17%. This liwwa loan will facilitate the import of fabrics and clothing items in bulk from the USA and from the UAE.

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.59
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $28,248.59!
Campaign expired.
IRR
Annual Returns
7.9 Credit Score
6 months
Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: Low
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IRR
Annual Returns
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
6 months
Loan Tenor
7.9
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.59
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $28,248.59!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Abed, and I own a clothing business based in Amman, Jordan. I established the business in 2003, and today it has grown to include two retail stores, two workshops and a wholesale office. The business currently employs 8 full-time employees. We offer a wide range of women's sharia-compliant clothing, which we sell at our retail outlets (located in malls) as well as distribute wholesale to different retailers across Jordan. Our workshops offer us the opportunity to sew and decorate different fabrics and clothing items. The business's average sales growth rate over the last 3 years has reached around 17%. This liwwa loan will facilitate the import of fabrics and clothing items in bulk from the USA and from the UAE.

Risk Profile: Low
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Mohammed Raed, and I own a clothing store in Amman, Jordan, which was established in March 2015. Other members of my family have come to liwwa for loans to fund their clothing businesses, so I decided to do the same in preparation for the upcoming summer season. We sell clothes at our retail store in Amman, and we also distribute clothing items across a client base of more than 100 retailers and traders. I have long experience in the industry because I have been involved in the family business (established in 2001) for many years. This liwwa loan will fund the purchase of women's, men's and children's clothing, which I will buy in bulk from Dubai, UAE. I will then market and sell the clothes to our retail and wholesale customers with the help of 5 full-time employees and 7 seasonal employees.

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.59
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $28,248.59!
Campaign expired.
IRR
Annual Returns
7.6 Credit Score
6 months
Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: Low
Descriptive campaign photo
IRR
Annual Returns
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
6 months
Loan Tenor
7.6
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.59
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded with $28,248.59!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Mohammed Raed, and I own a clothing store in Amman, Jordan, which was established in March 2015. Other members of my family have come to liwwa for loans to fund their clothing businesses, so I decided to do the same in preparation for the upcoming summer season. We sell clothes at our retail store in Amman, and we also distribute clothing items across a client base of more than 100 retailers and traders. I have long experience in the industry because I have been involved in the family business (established in 2001) for many years. This liwwa loan will fund the purchase of women's, men's and children's clothing, which I will buy in bulk from Dubai, UAE. I will then market and sell the clothes to our retail and wholesale customers with the help of 5 full-time employees and 7 seasonal employees.