Statistics

Historical performance

See how investments in loans on Mintos have performed in the past.
Historical performance calculation The calculation of the annual returns and losses assumes an investment across all loans available on Mintos, weighted by total outstanding investment. This means loans with higher outstanding investment will receive a larger part of the investment, and loans with lower outstanding investment will receive a smaller part of the investment. No bonuses or fees are included in the calculation.

This is representative of the overall performance of Mintos, and similar to how a capitalization-weighted index for the stock market works. Depending on your diversification and timing, your results might be different.
How we calculated
Gross return
Gross return is defined as the total annualized rate of return before the deduction of fees or losses.
2020
10.44%
2019
11.52%
2018
12.07%
2017
12.08%
2016
12.68%
2015
11.97%
Calculations are made on a portfolio weighted by the total outstanding investment of all loans on Mintos. Data is updated every month.
Net return
Net investment return is defined as the total annualized gross return, minus the annualized loss rate. Write-offs have been applied to the loans issued by suspended lending companies based on our recovery estimates.
2020
0.95%
2019
9.87%
2018
12.07%
2017
11.68%
2016
12.68%
2015
11.97%
Calculations are made on the latest recovery estimates and a portfolio weighted by the total outstanding investment of all loans on Mintos. Data is updated every month.
Net return by period
2020
0.95%
1M
0.93%
3M
2.75%
6M
5.60%
1Y
0.93%
2Y
5.29%
3Y
7.52%
5Y
9.33%
2019
9.87%
2018
12.07%
2017
11.68%
Annual net loss
Net loss is defined as the amount lost, after taking into account any recoveries. Write-offs have been applied to the loans issued by suspended lending companies based on our recovery estimates.
2020
9.49%
2019
1.65%
2018
0.00%
2017
0.40%
2016
0.00%
2015
0.00%
Calculations are made on the latest recovery estimates and a portfolio weighted by the total outstanding investment of all loans on Mintos. Data is updated every month.
How Mintos stacks up against other asset classes
Investment growth
Growth of a €100 investment on Mintos in 2015, compared to a bank deposit made in the eurozone and other investment asset classes. The chart shows the investment value at the start of each period.
  • Mintos
  • Equity
  • Real estate
  • Investment-grade bonds
  • High-yield bonds
  • Deposits
Annualized return ranking
Ranking of annualized returns on Mintos, compared to a bank deposit made in the eurozone and other investment asset classes.
  • Mintos
  • Equity
  • Real estate
  • Investment-grade bonds
  • High-yield bonds
  • Deposits
5-years annualized (2016-2020)
Source: MSCI World Index, Bloomberg Barclays Global High Yield Total Return Index, MSCI World Real Estate Index, FTSE world broad investment grade bond index EUR, JPM Eur Money Market VNAD D Eur, Mintos Net Returns
Important information
Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. All investments involve risk and may result in significant losses. Read more about the risks of investing on Mintos , or take a look at our loan book as a download.

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