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August 2020 LendingClub Platform Update

August 19, 2020

August 2020 Update to Target Returns

We continue to monitor both the macroeconomic environment and the environment here at LendingClub. As additional data comes in and changes made to the credit model continue to take shape, we are making an update to target returns previously disclosed on June 25, 2020 and separate grade level targets disclosed on August 4, 2020.

Since June 25, 2020, overall target returns have increased slightly. This change can be attributed to the continuation of positive performance trends on previously facilitated loans and to the changes on the platform since the emergence of coronavirus (tightened underwriting, interest rate increases, verification enhancements and more), as well as anticipated effects of the current macroeconomic outlook.

As was the case in our last update, we have also provided insight into two factors that could impact returns (prepayments and losses) to illustrate the sensitivities of returns to these key variables and provide an illustration of potential adverse impacts on returns. (It’s important to note that actual returns may vary and will be influenced by a variety of factors.)

Conclusion

The environment is unprecedented and changes daily. Given the pace of change, we encourage all of our investors to reach out to us with any questions; we’re here to help.

 
 

*Target return is the return that LendingClub takes reasonable steps to achieve. Target return is not a promise of future results and may not accurately reflect actual returns. Target returns shown are generated utilizing an internal rate of return (IRR) methodology and reflect a number of assumptions. Actual returns experienced by any individual portfolio may be impacted by, among other things, the size and diversity of the portfolio, the exposure to any single Member Payment Dependent Note (Note) or loan, borrower or group of Notes, loans or borrowers, as well as macroeconomic conditions. Individual results may vary, and targets are subject to change. Target returns are based primarily on historical variance of previous targets to loss and prepayment rates in place at the time of facilitation since Q1 2015.

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