bad loan compensation quota

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Palatinate 23.12.2019 23:49:52
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quota today @ 66,86 %, warranty funds 191.277.

Palatinate
 
Palatinate 08.01.2020 00:21:43
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quota today @ 61,86 %, warranty funds 193.769.

Palatinate
 
viirpuu 08.01.2020 08:43:06
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quota today @ 61,4 %, warranty funds 193 803.

viirpuu
 
Meinhard 08.01.2020 10:32:34
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Quota today @ 61,4 %, warranty funds 193 760€.

Meinhard
 
Palatinate 08.01.2020 23:50:11
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quota today @ 61,40 %, warranty funds 195.029.

Palatinate
 
Gorik82 10.01.2020 16:50:05
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Palatinate
quota today @ 61,40 %, warranty funds 195.029.

Hi

Could you please explain how you do this calculation?

Gorik82
 
Palatinate 13.01.2020 23:36:40
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quota today @ 62,43%, warranty funds 200.023.

Palatinate
 
Palatinate 13.01.2020 23:38:23
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Gorik82

Hi Gorik,

just divide the “loan sold” payment by the total principal paid amount.

Palatinate
 
Meinhard 14.01.2020 07:19:56
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Quota today @ 73.30 %, warranty funds 200 081€.

Meinhard
 
olavi 14.01.2020 08:41:59
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Palatinate
That's not actually correct.
This calculation would be correct if there was no previously returned principal.
Correct way to calculate payment quota from warranty funds is:
quota = loan sold/(initial principal amount - previously returned principal)

From investment overview:
previously returned principal = “Paid” - “Loan sold”

Therefore:
quota = “Loan sold”/(“Initial principal” - “Paid” + “Loan sold”)

olavi
 

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