Yieldstreet values its commitment to providing transparency into our portfolio’s growth and performance. Please see below for the Q3 22 quarterly portfolio snapshot.
Key Summary Metrics
In the third quarter of 2022, Yieldstreet’s total portfolio AUM grew $227M or 8.2%, surpassing $3B in total dollars raised. This milestone was achieved through offering 28 new investment opportunities to Yieldstreet’s user base of over 400,000 individual members, while realizing maturity on 11 investments over the quarter with a weighted average IRR of 13.75%, excluding short term notes.
Yieldstreet offered investors access to 28 unique investments over the quarter, across seven unique asset classes. This included several structured income note portfolios, which offer downside buffers to underlying equity values while paying an interest coupon, in addition to an opportunity to invest in two Boeing aircraft through a United Airlines leasing opportunity.
For current available offerings, review the offerings page.
In addition, 11 investments matured throughout the quarter, including Williamsburg Multi-Family Restructuring Equity which realized a 41% IRR to investors. Additional information around this investment can be found here.
Yieldstreet’s portfolio growth is predicated on the mission to provide frictionless access to the most diversified set of private market asset classes.
Total raised AUM surpassed $3B in Q3 22, with $1.5B of Active AUM and $1.5B of Matured AUM. This represents a 57.3% increase as compared to a year prior, and a 8.2% increase as compared to a quarter prior.
Total raised AUM was diversified across asset classes, with the largest increases occurring in Short Term Notes (+$69.1M), Private Credit (+$56.2M), and Structured Notes (Other, +$31.9M). These portfolios have exhibited strong demand, given shorter target durations and higher relative target yields.
As of Q3 22, Real Estate remains the largest asset class, making up 25.5% of the total active AUM followed by Private Credit (15.4%). Private Equity total active AUM of $35M is expected to grow over the next two quarters, as commitments are called and offered to investors.
As of Q3 22, Yieldstreet has realized 239 matured investments over six asset classes, leading to an inception to date weighted average IRR of 9.7%, excluding short term notes.
In total, Yieldstreet has realized returns on 239 investments inception to date.
Zooming into Q3 22, Yieldstreet realized 11 offerings, with a weighted average return of 13.7% excluding short term notes.
Investment level inception to date returns are available on the Yieldstreet Platform-Wide Performance page.
Yieldstreet’s portfolio as a whole continues to perform. Modified Outlook investments make up 3.6% of total outstanding AUM, Marine Default makes up 2.5%, and Realized Loss remains below 1%.
Even with recent market volatility, including the rapid increases observed in interest rates, Yieldstreet’s overall performance has remained resilient. Yieldstreet provides monthly updates to applicable investors on all Modified Outlook and Marine Defaulted transactions.
In addition, Yieldstreet’s restructuring efforts resulted in a material intra-quarter paydown on a Commercial Real Estate Modified Outlook transaction through a credit bid process under supervision of the Bankruptcy Court. Yieldstreet believes this transaction represents a successful recovery process given the adverse circumstances encountered, while recognizing that this investment has not achieved the targeted IRR. This investment remains outstanding, as the final property making up the fund is marketed for sale to finalize the recovery.
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Alternative Markets in Focus
As public markets continue to experience heightened volatility, demand for alternative investments continues to grow, however access remains challenged.
Yieldstreet’s CEO and Founder Milind Mehere sat down to talk with RIA Intel on how Yieldstreet can help fill the gap.
Yieldstreet offers investors the ability to diversify exposure to alternatives across a wide dimension of asset classes, including products with certain downside protections, such as Structured Notes, as well as debt collateralized by assets, such as asset backed loans or commercial real estate debt. These products can provide yield as investors assess the changing broader macro-outlook.
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Previous portfolio snapshot: Q2 2022
Past performance is not indicative of future results All data presented in this communication is dated as of September 30, 2022. Please note any leverage used is not included in the Asset Class by Dollars Invested data. Our Statistics page includes additional context and performance data. For any further questions, please contact us at [email protected].
Please refer to our communication policy for additional details on the meaning of Performing and Modified Outlook performance categories. Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the YieldStreet Prism Fund before investing. The prospectus for the YieldStreet Prism Fund contains this and other information about the Fund and can be obtained by emailing [email protected] or by referring to www.yieldstreetprismfund.com. The prospectus should be read carefully before investing in the Fund.
Investments in the Fund are not bank deposits (and thus not insured by the FDIC or by any other federal governmental agency) and are not guaranteed by Yieldstreet or any other party.
The securities described in the prospectus are not offered for sale in the states of Nebraska or North Dakota or to persons resident or located in such states. No subscription for the sale of Fund shares will be accepted from any person resident or located in Nebraska or North Dakota.
Marine Default refers to the outstanding defaulted investment offerings that were originated by GMTC. Yieldstreet continues to press forward on its pursuit to collect on the $85M final judgment entered by the High Court of England in favor of the YS SPV against the Borrowers through several multi-jurisdictional and multi-pronged recovery strategies. These recovery strategies include, but are not limited to: enforcement of the High Court judgment in the UK to pursue the Guarantor’s real property; global asset tracing; litigation against the originator; and pursuit of a Mortgagees Interest Insurance Claim covering the underlying vessels.
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Yieldstreet provides access to alternative investments previously reserved only for institutions and the ultra-wealthy. Our mission is to help millions of people generate $3 billion of income outside the traditional public markets by 2025. We are committed to making financial products more inclusive by creating a modern investment portfolio.