At Fundeen we do not charge direct commissions to the investor, as we charge all our commissions to projects. Does that mean that investors are not affected by Fundeen's fees? NO.

Our commissions reduce the profitability of projects and, therefore, also the profitability of investors. But all our fees are included in the project forecasts, so all the profitability we talk about on the platform are net returns.

Fundeen's commissions are defined in each project, since they change depending on the type of project. However, in general we can speak of the following commissions:

  • Success Fee for analyzing the project, only if funding is obtained. This can be between 3% and 15% of the financing volume and is charged only once, although it will normally be around 6%.

  • An annual management fee during the lifetime of the project for transmitting project information to investors, for providing the company with the necessary management tools and for managing, with the way of payment, the profits distribution to investors. This is usually between 0.5% and 2.0% of the financing volume and is charged annually.

These commissions are, as said, included in the funding of the project, so there would be no need to provide more money from the investor.

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