We recently launched the KiWi Private Credit Fund LP to invest in and manage a portfolio of marketplace-originated loans to generate superior returns with minimal correlation to the volatility of public markets
- The Fund invests in unsecured consumer loans and secured small business loans originated by established U.S. based lending marketplaces such Prosper, Lending Club and others.
- All loans are to Prime borrowers; there are no Sub-Prime loans.
- Canadian marketplaces will be added as they gain sufficient scale and track record.
- Through monthly distributions, the Fund aims to deliver a net yield of 6-8% p.a. while minimizing volatility of returns and correlation to traditional fixed income investments.
- The Fund does not hedge currency exposure and has the ability to employ modest leverage of up to 33% of total assets.
- Stable NAV – Minimal market risk
- Not correlated to public markets
- Regular income
- Massively diversified portfolio
- Industry-wide data availability and transparency enables quantitative credit modeling and rigorous back testing of strategy
Strong, Experienced Management
- Kilgour Williams Capital is a leading Canadian advisor in the Canadian structured credit market
- Well known since 2007 for expert support provided to Asset Backed Commercial Paper (ABCP) investors, advising on over $2 billion
- Managed account clients have enjoyed 16% IRR since 2009
- Principals each have 15+ years of senior level credit experience and 20+ years in financial services
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NOTE: The KiWi Private Credit Fund LP is only available to Canadian residents who are Accredited Investors as defined by the Canadian Securities Administrators in National Instrument 45-106.