Fintech lender Prosper to pay $3 million fine for misleading investors

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It seemed initially that one of the appealing characteristics of peer-to-peer lending for investors was low default rates, e.g. Prosper’s default rate was quoted to be only at about 2.7 percent in 2007. The actual default rates for the loans originated by Prosper in 2007 were in fact higher than projected.

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The Securities and exchange commission announced late last week that Prosper, the online lender, has agreed to pay a $3 million fine for misleading retail and other investors via statements it made.

Law360, New York (August 24, 2017, 9:07 PM EDT) — Two men and the investment firms they owned have agreed to pay $9 million in disgorgement and fines. misleading to investors. Although Vertical.

Peer-to-peer lender prosper funding llc settled SEC allegations of overstating returns to its investors for $3 million april 19. The fintech firm agreed to the fine to end a Securities and Exchange Commission probe accusing it of misleading investors about individual annualized net returns, the settlement said. The company didn’t admit wrongdoing.

Leading marketplace lending platform. the Securities Act of 1933. Prosper Funding LLC has agreed to pay a $3 million penalty for “miscalculating and materially overstating annualized net returns to.

Prosper will pay a $3 million penalty for miscalculating and overstating annualized net returns to retail and other investors. According to a 2017 Financial Times story , one Prosper investor wrote on the Lend Academy forum in 2017 that their returns were restated from about 14 percent to 7 percent.

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Fintech lender Prosper to pay $3 million fine for misleading investors – Prosper, a longtime player in the personal lending space, announced plans in November to enter the mortgage arena with a digital HELOC product that promised to disrupt home. digital loan process,