|Year of Disbursement||
Rates of return
|Non-performing loan rates|
|Lowest and highest rates (per annum)||Weighted average (per annum)||Loans which are past 30 days but less than 90 days||Loans which are past 90 days|
|2018||8.31% to 40%||9.18%(1)||6.55%(2)||9.26%(2)*|
Figures are updated by 31 January of each calendar year.
(1) As most of our loans are on a monthly principal amortization schedule, the effective rate of returns for the year 2018 was between 8.31% to 67.18%.
(2) Computed as the ratio of loans (principal plus interest) that are at least 30 days past due (and 90 days past due) divided by the total loans outstanding as at 31 December 2018.
(3) Computed as the ratio of loans (principal plus interest) that are at least 30 days past due (and 90 days past due) divided by the total loans disbursed in the year 2018.
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