Today we are sharing performance data for the Prosper portfolio for February 2017.
The Prosper portfolio continues to deliver an estimated return above 7%. During the month of February, we continued to see the expected shift in rating distribution of the book towards higher-risk ratings as a result of the implementation of our PMI7 credit model. This anticipated distribution change is largely due to PMI7’s utilization of time series credit data, which provides a significant boost in predictive power. This increase in predictive power enables the effective inclusion of customer that would have been declined using PMI6.
While the portfolio coupon has increased nearly 300bps between December 2016 and February 2017, the average DTI of the book has improved and the average FICO of 707 remains within historical norms.
Additional highlights from the February update include:
Portfolio insights and key charts can be found here.
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