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This chart shows both the total number and the total dollar value of loans provided to small businesses.

This chart shows both the total number and the total dollar value of loans provided to small businesses.

This chart shows the historical performance of loans for each Loan Grade. It is expected that loans with higher risk ratings (eg. D and E) will experience challenges with repayment more often than lower risk rated ones (eg. A and B).

• Repaid: Principal of loans that have been repaid
• Current: Principal of loans that are "in good standing" or "in grace period" status
• Late: Principal of loans that are “in arrears” but have not “defaulted” or “charged off”
• Defaulted: Principal of loans that have defaulted
• Charged Off: Principal of loans that have charged off

This chart shows the distribution of loans issued by Lending Loop by Loan Grade based on the total percentage volume by both number and dollar amount.

This chart shows the distribution of loans issued by Lending Loop by Loan Grade based on the total percentage volume by both number and dollar amount.

This chart shows the average amount and term of the loan for each Loan Grade.

This chart shows the cumulative loan principal defaulted in each month divided by the total volume of loans originated. Where a recovery has been successful, this will be included so the loan will be shown with the cumulative principal lost. This is compared to the projected loss curve which is calculated using the assumptions below.

This chart shows a breakdown of how borrowers reported they intended to use the funds that they received. Funds may be used by borrowers for a variety of different uses.

This chart shows a breakdown of how borrowers reported they intended to use the funds that they received. Funds may be used by borrowers for a variety of different uses.

Investors are helping businesses in provinces across Canada. This chart shows the dollar value of loans provided to small businesses in each province.

Investors are lending to businesses in an number of different sectors and industries. This chart shows the dollar value of loans provided to small businesses in each industry.

### Disclaimer

The indicated rate[s] of return are hypothetical annual returns. There is no assurance that actual returns will be the same. As you are investing to your own individual portfolio of Notes, actual returns may be higher or lower than estimated. These projections or expectations may be revised for a number of reasons, including if macroeconomic conditions change, and the projected yields and returns will be adjusted to reflect this.

Numerous assumptions have been used by Lending Loop in preparing this statistical information, which may or may not be reflected in the information that is displayed to you. The statistical information should not be construed as legal, tax, investment, financial, or accounting advice. The information is provided as of the dates shown and is subject material change without notice. The information may contain various estimates and actual results or performance may differ materially from those expressed or implied from such estimates. None of the information is or should be relied upon as a warranty, promise, or representation, express or implied, as to the future performance of any loans Any historical information contained in this statistical information is not indicative of future performance.

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### All loans on Lending Loop are funded through our community of investors.

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