Updated as of 1 April 2017

Note Nominal Rate p.a. Range (%)

Note Flat Rate p.a. Range (%)

6.00% - 21.00%

4.50% - 19.00%

The MoolahSense platform offers its investors number of ways to distribute their investments and mitigate risks of default. Investors should spread their investments across:

  1. Different Note Structures
  2. Different Risk Grade Issuers
  3. Different Industries

The following charts are provided to serve as a ready reckoner for the investors.



The graph below is broken down into three note types to show all outstanding repayments from issuers, yet to be completed according to maturity of the notes. All investors’ repayment details (both paid and pending) are entirely recorded under the Offers section of the dashboard.

This Infographic illustrates MoolahSense’s approach towards risk diversification. It is advisable to spread your investments across different Note structures. Current portfolio comprises of 75% Equal Instalment, 17% Callable, 4% Interests Only, and 4% Bullet structure notes. Equal instalment notes have an amortizing schedule over next 12 months; where issuers pay a fixed instalment (Principal plus applicable interest) every month. The Interest Only notes require issuers to settle their principal obligations on a one-time, lump sum repayment. Callable on the other hand provides an option to the issuers to early redeem the notes - on a quarterly basis or at the end of the maturity date. Finally, bullet repayments require the issuers to make a single payment of the interest and principle at the end of the tenor.


Issuer Risk Grade

One of assessment criteria of issuers listing campaigns on the platform is their current DP Credit Rating.

Apart from MS internal risk assessment framework, this serves as an additional tool to determine if a prospective issuer will be able to meet its obligations.

The chart shows grade wise distribution of risk rating (assessed by DP Information Group) for past and current issuers on MS platform.

What do these ratings signify? According to DP Information Network, a "DP1" rating signifies a company with extremely strong financial fundamentals with very low credit risk. Companies that possess "DP1 to DP4-" credit ratings are companies with investment grade quality. "DP5+ to DP6-" are high yield grades. Companies that fall under "DP7+ to DP8" grades are considered to be high.

We encourage our investors to distribute their investments across different risk grade issuers to diversify their risks of investing.

The DP Credit Rating of all issuers can be viewed under the MoolahCore tab of the campaign details section from the dashboard.


Interest Rate Distribution across Major Industry Segments

Apart from issuer, risk grade, primary industry of operations also plays a significant role in working out final interest rates offered on MS platform. The chart above shows the interest rate distribution across various industry segments of all past issuers on the platform.

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