This Isa gives investors the option to have either a one- or a three-year fixed term, with capital repaid at the end of the term and interest paid annually (between 4-5%).
Under the current 2017/18 allowances, up to £20,000 pa can be invested.
In addition, the sister business to Kuflink Bridging has launched an auto-invest product that allows investors to invest in a pool of properties to spread risk.
This product is open to both individuals and corporate companies.
Kuflink has also introduced the select-invest product which has a minimum investment of £100 and minimum top up of £100.
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The client (individual or corporate) has the choice to invest from a selection of properties and benefits from the 20% stake taken by Kuflink Bridging in each property investment.
Tarlochan Garcha, CEO of Kuflink, said: “We are delighted to bring these three products to the market, particularly our new Innovative Finance Isa, which is one of a very small number of similar opportunities for investors to invest in P2P with all the tax-free advantages of an Isa wrapper.
“Our existing offering, now called select-invest, has been rebranded to differentiate it from the other products and – along with the auto-invest product – provides options for individual and corporate customers who want to see a return that is so much more competitive than leaving money on deposit.”