Raize目前的投资者主要是葡萄牙本地的一些机构投资者，比如Champalimaud家族。该平台于2017年5月与葡萄牙挑战者银行Banco BNI Europa签署了1000万欧元的贷款协议，协议期两年。
The first IPO to launch in Portugal since 2014 will be for a peer-to-peer lending platform. Market leader Raize – which has lent €15.5m to date – is placing up to 15 per cent of its shares through a landmark listing.
The company will begin trading on the Lisbon Stock Exchange with a market cap of €10m. An additional 10 per cent of its shares will be made available six months after trading begins on 18 July.
Raize was launched in 2015 and claims to have pulled together ‘one of the largest investment communities in Portugal’, comprised of over 30,000 investors.
The platform describes itself as a Portuguese equivalent of global leader Funding Circle, which itself is planning a ￡2 billion London listing for later this year.
Rego and his co-founders will maintain control of and continue managing the company after the listing.
Raize is currently backed by a number of Portuguese institutional investors, including the Champalimaud family. The platform scooped a €10m lending agreement with Portuguese challenger bank Banco BNI Europa in May 2017, with the funds set to be distributed over a two year period.