Prosper to keep PMIT shelf, but seeks new blood as loan agreement winds down

Prosper will continue to issue ABS from its long standing PMIT shelf, but is looking for new whole loan contributors for its securitizations as it eyes the end of a loan consortium agreement inked last February.

  • By Sasha Padbidri
  • 10 Apr 2018

Prosper’s securitizations will retain the multi-seller deal format, in which whole loan investors contribute collateral to the securitizations, said three people speaking with GlobalCapital on the sidelines at the LendIt Fintech USA 2018 event in San Francisco.

The online lender closed a loan purchase agreement in February 2017 with ...

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