2017-Q1 ETR Briefing

Investabill ETR® are fixed value Exchange Traded Receivables that are Loans or Bills issued under Contract for goods and services supplied to investment quality† companies, or credit insured invoices from Investment Grade [IG] insurers. As at Q1, Credebt Exchange® held RSA of EUR 201.1m, with EUR 15.07m allocated and EUR 3.14m of Investor redemptions transacted. Trading for Q1 totalled EUR 21.18m+ of trade value with all available ETR utilised.

Treasury performance at EUR 10.15m of settled ETR was significantly below the trade volumes for the period.

Performance 2017-Q1 v 2016-Q1 trade value in the period showed a 63.94% increase. However, a somewhat ‘slow start’ to trading in 2017-Q1 still resulted in trade volumes decreasing by 7.38% compared to 2016-Q1. Total creditors & debtors decreased to c.3,250 in the period with total trade of EUR 21.18m. Highest single value trade was in M02 at EUR 0.53m. Total RSA in the period also increased 13.45% to EUR 201.1m+

Trend Yield showed improved price stability at c.2.150% except for a downward spike at the start of March. Originator demand is expected to increase in Q2 and prices are predicted to rise by Q/E. If this increase in supply occurs, it will be the second rise in less than three quarters. Current RPA capacity available for use in throughout 2017 is EUR 201.1m+

2017-Q1 ETR Briefing

† Investment quality is a combination of Investment Grade [IG] organisations & other credit worthy organisations, as determined by AIG and other credit rating providers, from time to time

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Credebt Exchange® enables service and goods providers to offer their invoices as Exchange Traded Receivables [ETR] for sale on the Exchange. These ETR are attractive to Investors and when purchased on the Exchange, this provides Alternative Working Capital to the Originator/seller. A key objective for Credebt Exchange® is to achieve rates that are comparable to, and preferably less than, other commercial finance lending rates. By selling ETR, the trading organisation is avoiding the need for loans and/or credit facilities by using the ETR to provide Alternative Working Capital