2019-M07 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 M07, Credebt Exchange® held Active RSA of EUR 32.92m, with EUR 22.43m allocated. Investors redeemed EUR 1.31m in the period and trading for M07 was EUR 9.93m+ with all available ETR utilised.

Treasury performance at EUR 6.52m of settled ETR was significantly below the trade value for the month. Unstable trading in the month over shadowed repayments.


2019-M07 v 2018-M07 showed a decrease in trade volume of 9.29% with a significant drop in trade value of more than 33.87% in the month. Total trade for the year was EUR 54.60m showing an overall year-on-year decrease for the Exchange of c.16.84%. Trading for 2019-M07 showed an overall stagnant, to declining, position for the year to date. Total creditors & debtors were 5.2k+. The largest single value trade was in July with a value of EUR 0.45m


Yield remained generally stable for the period at 2.021% to 2.076% in the month with a sharp decrease at month end. This is driven by seasonality and continued market concerns on Brexit. The yield decrease is predicted to drop further in H2 as the supply v demand imbalance widens. Available active RPA capacity was EUR 32.92m+

2019-M07 ETR Briefing Trade Credebt

2019-M07 ETR Briefing

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