Check out this article about what you should expect during the lifetime of an investment.
While some of our offerings have predefined payment schedules, paying monthly or quarterly, some have event-based payments. The anticipated payment is always outlined on the offering page of the investment offering as well as the Series Note Supplement or Investment Memorandum.
Offerings with predefined payment schedules pay at regular intervals (monthly, bi-weekly, quarterly, etc.). Please refer to each offering for the exact schedule. Depending on the offering, payments may be interest-only, or principal & interest. Please note that a monthly or bi-weekly payment schedule does not necessarily mean that payments will be made on the first and fifteenth of each month. Check out this infographic for more information.
Some offerings have event-based payments. For example, portfolios of pre-settlement litigation advances are typically event-based. This means that investors receive payments as soon as individual cases within a portfolio settle. Those payment dates and amounts are not pre-determined because the timing of when the cases settle is uncertain. In a portfolio, because there are multiple cases, an investor can expect to receive multiple payments throughout the term. For our investment offerings with one case you will only receive one payment upon final settlement.
Payments are not guaranteed and may be subject to delay or total loss. See the risk factors for each applicable offering for more details.
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