LendingRobot Series finished the second quarter with a healthy YTD aggregated return of 2.7%. Each Series’ return and portfolio health is in line with projections. Since April 1st, LendingRobot Series has added over 2,800 loans to its portfolio, more than doubling the number of loans held in each series.
LendingRobot Series is a pooled investment fund for accredited investors to be diversified in their alternative lending portfolio. Read more here: LendingRobot Series.
As with any investment, the key to determining returns is knowing the value of the underlying assets. For LendingRobot Series, this is entirely dependent on the Series unit values and the number of units an investor owns.
Thanks to the JOBs act, which introduced Rule 506(c) to Regulation D, we are allowed to share some of LendingRobot Series’ data publicly.
Today we’re excited to announce our newest addition to LendingRobot: LendingRobot Professional.
Institutional money is once again pouring into alternating lending. For instance, Prosper Marketplace has recently inked major deals to supply capital for financing loans originating on their platform with a procession of prestigious major institutional investors, including Soros Fund Management, Jefferies, and Third Point LLC. As the Wall Street Journal reported a few months back, these institutions have committed…
LendingRobot Series is what is called a ‘pooled investment vehicle’. Like the name suggests, investors pool their money together into one big pot. This is called the “fund.”
The Alternative Lending space, while still young by most measures, has grown immensely over the past several years.
We just launched LendingRobot Series, the first RoboFund for alternative lending, and many prospective investors want to know, whats the difference from LendingRobot’s classic product? In this article, we’ll go through the differences of each to help you decide which investment solution is right for you.