Today we are sharing performance data for the Prosper portfolio for January 2017.
January was an exciting month for Prosper because it was the first month where the majority of originated assets were underwritten using our new PMI7 custom score. As anticipated, PMI7 increased the loss and return expectations for the entire Prosper portfolio. Interestingly, we actually see a decrease in the portfolio’s DTI and only a modest decrease in FICO scores. Within the highest rating grades (AA-B), average FICO scores are 6 to 20 points higher. We expect that these rates will decrease over the course of 2017.
Additional highlights from the January update include:
- Estimated return on January 2017 production is 7.86%.
- Post-charge off recovery experience for the last year has ranged between 9.07% and 10.43% for investors participating in Prosper’s debt sale programs. This experience compares favorably to the 7% assumption currently used for generating IRR estimates for the portfolio. I expect Prosper to increase recovery assumptions in Q1 if we see continued success on the post-chargeoff collections front.
- Early delinquency indicators from our H2 2016 vintages continue to show positive early signs and material improvements relative to their H1 2016 counterparts. Pre-payment for 2016 continues to remain at elevated levels relative to the experience of 2013-2015; the performance is comparable to that observed in 2009-2012.
Portfolio insights and key charts can be found here.
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