Today we are sharing performance data from the Prosper portfolio for February 2018. In addition to the update, we recently made pricing changes on our platform in light of the 25bps Fed rate increase. This update is part of our ongoing efforts maintain a balanced marketplace that builds value for both borrowers and their investors.
Earlier this week in anticipation of the Fed Rate hike, we discussed Prosper’s approach to portfolio pricing in a rising rate environment. Our goal with rate-setting is to deliver value for both sides of the Prosper platform by providing a fair price for borrowers and a reasonable return for investors.
When the Federal Reserve next meets on March 21, many are speculating that there will be a rate hike. In addition, many indicators are pointing to the US finally entering a rising rate environment after years of record low rates. In light of this, it’s timely to provide Prosper’s investors with an update on our approach for portfolio pricing in a rising rate environment.
Today we are sharing performance data from the Prosper portfolio for January 2018. Credit tightening continues in the riskier grades, shifting the portfolio to an increased concentration of lower risk assets: 54.3% of assets were rated AA-B in January vs. 49.5% in 2017 Q4 and 41.8% in 2017.
It’s tax season! To help navigate this process we’ve created a 2017 Prosper tax guide with general information about the 1099 tax form(s) you may receive from Prosper.
Today we are sharing performance data from the Prosper portfolio for December 2017. As we highlighted in our previous report, credit tightening continues in the riskier grades, shifting the portfolio to an increased concentration of lower risk assets: 52.1% of assets were rated AA-B in December vs. 41.6% in 2017 Q3.