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Earnings report Q4 2023

LendingClub Corporation's Revenue Declines in Latest Quarter

Segments of revenue

LendingClub Corporation operates through two segments, the parent bank holding company and its wholly-owned subsidiary, LC Bank. The parent bank holding company generates all of its revenue in the United States. LC Bank, the national bank legal entity, offers a range of financial products and solutions, including loans, leases, and securities available for sale pledged as collateral.


Despite reductions in marketplace investor demand due to increases in interest rates and macroeconomic volatility, LendingClub Corporation did not rely heavily on any individual borrower or marketplace investor, with no single entity accounting for 10% or more of total net revenue in the latest quarter. This diversification mitigates the risk associated with dependence on a few key clients.


LendingClub Corporation faced a decline in marketplace revenue, which decreased by $392.1 million or 57% in the latest quarter compared to the same period in the previous year. This decline was primarily attributed to a decrease in loan origination volume and lower loan sales prices resulting from a shift in investor demand from banks to asset managers. The reduction in marketplace investor demand, coupled with the impact of interest rate increases, posed challenges to the company's revenue generation.


LendingClub Corporation experienced an increase in net interest income, which grew by $87.0 million or 18% in the latest quarter compared to the same period in the previous year. This growth was driven by higher interest income due to a higher average balance of loans retained as held for investment and a higher average balance of securities retained associated with their Structured Certificates. Additionally, higher interest rates earned on cash and cash equivalents contributed to the increase in net interest income.


LendingClub Corporation faced challenges in the latest quarter as marketplace revenue declined due to lower loan origination volume and a shift in investor demand. However, the company demonstrated strengths in its diversified revenue sources, with no significant reliance on individual borrowers or marketplace investors. The increase in net interest income provided some support to the overall financial performance. Going forward, LendingClub Corporation needs to address the challenges posed by marketplace investor demand and interest rate fluctuations to sustain revenue growth.

Source documents

Form 10-K  filed on Feb 16, 2024
113 pages scanned

Reference data

Company financials Q4 revenue 262M
Analyst estimates Q4 EPS beat by 114.80%
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