Eight years from the start and 4,000 companies strong, (and after a year and a half study into the Fintech revolution) the OCC noticed that the SEC is the de facto in-charge agency of Fintech and now wants to be in a more important position to advocate the direction of the industry.
On the call and in the slides, Lending Club stated that “all large investors have reengaged on the platform.” As seen in the chart below, it does appear that these investors have reengaged. But what wasn’t highlighted is that a single institutional investor made up a …
A \$20,000 portfolio split evenly between Lending Club stock and in Lending Club notes at the company’s IPO in 2014 would be worth \$14,188 today. The notes would have a value of \$11,607, while the Lending Club stock would be valued at \$2,581. That’s not the end of the story, though.
Lending Club has guided investors that there will be 0% growth in originations from the second quarter. The company has stated that they expect a \$15-\$30 million loss. This number may be optimistic.
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