Dinerito

Dinerito
Loans Originated Total volume of loans issued by this company to borrowers since its founding.
€ 42.74 M
Loan portfolio Loans issued by the lending company to borrowers at the time of the most recent financial statement that are current or less than 60 days late.
€ 10.3 M
Buyback obligation A credit enhancement given by the lending company or other entity to the Issuer for a particular Set of Notes. If an underlying loan is more than 60 days late, the lending company is obligated to buy back the investment at nominal value plus accrued, outstanding or late interest. Usually, this means investors will be able to recover their investment in case of a borrower default.
With a buyback obligation
Skin in the Game To ensure the interests of a lending company and investors are aligned, the company is required to keep a stake of each investment opportunity it offers through Mintos. This is called the company's skin in the game.
10%
Average Interest % The weighted average interest rate of investment opportunities from this lending company.
10.0%
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Founded:
2011
Employees:
70
Joined Mintos:
November 2019
Loan Types: The type of loan the company has issued to borrowers.
Personal loan Pledge type group unsecured
Countries: Countries in which the loans were issued by the lending company.
Currencies: Currencies in which investment opportunities from the company are offered.
EUR
Annual percentage rate charged to borrowers:
34.12%
Outstanding investments: Total volume of outstanding and available investments from this company on Mintos. Updated daily.
6 540 488

About

Dinerito Audaz grants loans to the public sector officials through payroll discount payment mechanisms. With the registered trademark of Dineritoxtra, the company has an increasingly solid and differentiated presence in the Mexican alternative finance market.

Dinerito Audaz issues its loans to either current or retired public sector workers. When issuing a loan, the company identifies and assesses the client, through channels such as payroll receipts, bank statements, proof of address and more, in addition to verification conducted through external institutional portals.

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