Weekly Lending Review: week 31
Week 31: 29 July – 4 August 2013
It was another £3 million+ week with over £3.5 million worth of loans being listed on the marketplace with most loan requests being listed in the A risk band.
There were 51 new business loans listed last week and there are currently 39 auctions on the marketplace.
The total value of the new listed loans was £3,501,760; that’s an average of £68,661 per loan. The largest loan value was £250,000 and the smallest loan value was £8,500.
Weekly marketplace trends
These graphs show the most recent activity on the marketplace. The average gross yield graph is reported weekly and shows a rolling two week average. Number of loans, value of loans and secondary market are reported weekly. The dates on the graph should be read as ‘week beginning’, for example: 8-Jul represents the week of 22nd – 28th July.
Weekly average gross yield (2 weeks rolling)
Number of listed loans per week
Listed loan value per week
Loan parts currently available to buy from other investors
Records and milestones
July was the biggest month ever on the marketplace with £14 million being lent out in total during the month. 210 loans were accepted in July which is also the highest amount ever in a month.
News you should know
After the launch of the new minimum bid rates at the end of June, we committed to a monthly review of the rates, with two weeks’ notice before they are adjusted. We will review the rates in the middle of each month and any adjustments to the minimum bid rates will be announced in the corresponding Weekly Lending Review email. The adjusted rates will come into play on the first day of the following month.
The first of these reviews will take place on 15th August and any resultant changes to the rates will be announced in the Weekly Lending Review on Monday 19th August.
We’re talking about the addition of non-limited loans to the Funding Circle marketplace, have your say here.
Loans defaulted last week
Sacffolding provider. Loan 1273
This business provides commercial and domestic scaffolding from their base in Essex. They had difficulties with cashflow and the business entered into liquidation in July. The original loan amount was £50,000 and all 450 investors have been notified.
Scotland-based off-license. Loan 1433
This business owns two retail off-licences in Caithness and we received notice that the business was in liquidation in June. The orginal loan amount was £25,000 and all 237 investors have been notified.
Enjoy lending, The Funding Circle Team
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