Statistics

Please note : We are currently in a Resolution Event ( please refer to our Investor Terms for more information ). At the conclusion of the Resolution Event, Growth Street will aim to cease business activities and wind down its operations. We will not be conducting any further lending activities, or accepting any new investors or deposits from existing investors. If you are an investor, please contact us on Live Chat or by calling 0808 123 1231 (Option 4) if you have any questions. If you are an existing Growth Street borrower, please contact your Relationship Manager if you have any questions.

Growth Street has recently entered into a Resolution Event, and as such we have updated the statistics page to reflect this. We display key information about our portfolio and default rates.

Remember past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Figures are correct as of 14th August 2020.

Portfolio Statistics

Sum of Exposure as at 14th August 2020
Sector
Number of borrowers
Total facility available as a percentage of whole loan book
Average available facility
Average amount currently outstanding
Expected default rate
Business Products

Manufacture of business machinery, equipment, vehicles and other products

6

15.67%

£256,371

£215,709

2.19%

Business Services

Professional, scientific and technical services, administrative and support services and renting and leasing activities

27

38,78%

£139,414

£118,609

9.71%

Communication

Telecommunications, media, publishing and broadcasting

1

1.41%

£346,881

£116,145

2.50%

Construction

Construction and development of buildings and infrastructure

11

11.59%

£102,306

£86,986

4.49%

Consumer Products

Manufacture of consumer products

4

3.19%

£72,430

£65,801

2.40%

Other

Other business activities including Finance, Real Estate, Public Sector, Arts and Recreation

0

0.00%

£0

£0

0.00%

Healthcare

Human health and social work activities

3

3.42%

£111,667

£94,144

6.20%

HiTech

Software programming and consulting services and data processing and hosting activities

8

8.64%

£100,178

£89,146

2.02%

Services

Accommodation and food service activities, administrative and support services, and other services

1

10.78%

£1,500,000

£889,842

2.40%

Trade

Wholesale and retail trade of goods

6

5.85%

£122,366

£80,562

9.67%

Transportation

Passenger and freight transportation and storage

1

0.68%

£70,000

£56,006

15.70%

Whole Book

68

100%

£154,485

£121,437

6.06%

To calculate each industry’s expected default rate, we calculate the average EPD of borrowers from the industry, weighted by each borrower’s Industry Percentage Outstanding.

To calculate the entire loan book’s expected default rate, we calculate the average EPD of all borrowers, weighted by each borrower’s Percentage Outstanding.

Definitions:

EPD means the probability of any borrower being unable to pay their debts in the next year and obtained by us from credit reference agencies.

Industry Percentage Outstanding means a borrower’s outstanding balance, expressed as a percentage of the aggregate outstanding balances of all borrowers in the loan book in the same industry as the borrower.

Percentage Outstanding a borrower’s outstanding balance expressed as a percentage of the aggregate outstanding balances of all borrowers in the loan book.

Gross Default Rate

Calendar Year

Average Calendar year balance

Gross Default Rate

Current Actual Lifetime Bad Debt Rate

Expected Lifetime Bad Debt Rate

2017

£6,840,811.18

5.70%

5.36%

5.19%

2018

£16,157,756.73

5.40%

4.64%

3.96%

2019

£30,890,287.16

13.06%

9.83%

2.09%

2020 YTD

£20,789,519.88

4.20%

4.20%

3.83%

Last Updated: August 14th 2020

The ‘Gross Default Rate’ refers to the percentage of loans that were in Default in that year before any actual or future expected recoveries were achieved.

If a Default happens and the borrower can't resolve the problem we will take action, including legal action, to recover the money from them. The ‘Current Actual LifeTime Bad Debt Rate’ represents the total actual loss, if any, on loans in Default to date. This will be less than the Gross Default Rate where we have made a recovery, for example. The ‘Expected Lifetime Bad Debt Rate’, represents our forecast for the actual loss once all recoveries have been made.