Estimated Net Return
Estimated returns reflect various assumptions, which assumptions may or may not occur. Certain key assumptions are described below. No representations or warranties are made as to the achievability of the estimated returns and actual performance may be materially different from estimated returns. Estimated returns are subject to change without notice. The information described below is for information purposes only and is not intended as an offer to sell securities issued by Loop Funding Inc.
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The estimated net returns are a portfolio weighted estimate of the annual return after fees and bad debts that investors could earn from lending money to businesses seeking loans today. They are calculated by taking the gross interest rate less servicing fees and estimated bad debts that will occur in the future for each loan issued based on a model portfolio that is shown below. The average return is compounded and shown before tax. The estimates are updated periodically. We will convert the projections into an estimate based on past performance before the end of 2019. See the full calculation and assumptions used in the calculation below.
The following is used to calculate the estimated annual return for a given loan. We multiply the estimated annual return for each Loan Grade by the estimated portfolio weights for the Auto-Lend plan.
|Loan Grade||Estimated Portfolio Weighting||Estimated Annual Bad Debt Rate||Estimated Gross Interest Rate|
Limitations to these estimates
These returns are an estimate of the return after fees and bad debts for recently accepted loans on the marketplace. We use these calculations as we believe they are currently the most useful and accurate way to assess future investment performance because it takes into account both our fees and any future bad debts. However, as with many calculations it has limitations, which include:
- The calculation is based on estimated bad debt rates and the actual bad debt rates may differ.
- Gross interest rates are likely to change in the future which will impact your returns.
- The formula compounds interest and therefore assumes continued re-investment using Auto-Lend.
- The returns are calculated pre-tax.
- It assumes that all funds are fully invested in Notes and does not include any amounts not invested.
- The estimate uses a model portfolio and the actual portfolio weight of your Notes are likely to vary from the one shown.