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This chart shows the total dollar volume through the Lending Loop Marketplace since it launched in October 2015. The data includes a gap between Q1 - 16 and Q4 - 16 reflecting the time Lending Loop paused to complete registration with the securities regulators.
Loan Performance by Risk Band
It is expected that higher risk rated loans will go into arrears less often than lower risk rated ones. The adjacent chart exemplifies the effectiveness of the Lending Loop risk rating and its ability to rank borrowers by risk level. Our risk ratings expanded post re-launch and now include both D and E bands. The charged-off amounts under the “C” category were considered to be the highest risk loans of our original vintage.
Distribution of Loans by Risk Band
This graph shows the distribution of loans issued by Lending Loop by risk band based on the total percentage volume by both number and dollar amount.
Loan Characteristics by Risk Band
This graphs shows average amount and term by risk band. Generally, higher risk loans are issued for both smaller dollar amounts and a shorter terms.
Projected Lifetime Default Curve
The lifetime default curve is an approximation of loan defaults (by $) over time. For the purposes of this illustration, all loans are included and assumed to start at month 0.
Loan Portfolio Performance by Vintage
This graph shows the current yield for each vintage of loans we have originated compared to the expected yield based on Lending Loop’s default projections. As defaults start to occur, the actual yield will decrease.
Number of Investors
All loans on Lending Loop are funded through our community of investors.