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You can earn 6.1%* lending to British businesses like Michael's at Funding Circle
You don't have to choose a bank to invest your money. At Funding Circle you could earn a great rate and help the economy at the same time.
Join thousands of people, together with the Government-backed British Business Bank**, local councils and universities lending through Funding Circle to creditworthy British businesses. Remember, you are lending to businesses so your capital is at risk.
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Funding Circle is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under Interim Permission. Funding Circle is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Funding Circle Limited (Co. No. 06968588; CCL No. 635439) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Funding Circle Trustee Limited (Co. No. 07239092; CCL No. 640243), are registered in England and both have their registered office at 3 Dorset Rise, London EC4Y 8EN.

*This is the weighted average return across all investors lending for 180 days or more through Funding Circle over an annualised period. It includes all earnings and is calculated after fees and bad debt but before tax. Investment through Funding Circle involves lending to small and medium sized businesses so your investment can go down as well as up. Remember, past returns are not necessarily a guide to future returns. Data correct as of 12 May 2014.

**The British Business Bank programme is currently run directly by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority or the Prudential Regulation Authority. British Business Bank plc will operate as a Government-owned financial institution once HM Government has received European Commission State aid clearance, which is expected in 2014.

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