Harbor August 2022 Investor Update

HTC2 Overview and Performance

Harbor Trade Credit Series 2 (HTC2) pool finances trade receivables for cross border trade. Here is the latest portfolio report:

  • TTM 14.90% annualized yield on TIN (junior), 7.20% on DROP (senior)
  • No defaults since inception

HTC2 DROP and TIN Historical Performance

Trailing 12 Months

Similar to other issuers, we have seen an uptick of redemptions over the last few months caused by volatility in the broader market. This has no direct impact on the performance of the pool and its underlying assets.

We encourage the community to reach out to us directly with any questions.



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This is awesome. What does happen in the event of a default? What would your options be to make token holders whole? or as close to whole as possible


Hi @Lumination, great question, the answer to this can be found in the issuers Executive Summary on the pool overview page.

Where can i find in the executive summary?

You can find it in the Insolvency section of the executive summary, also see below for easier reading:

If payments are not paid within 7 days of the due date, a system notification is sent to the Harbor
operations team to manage collection. Contact is made to Obligor for collection. If Obligor is
unable to pay the full outstanding balances, a formal payment schedule is implemented and

If payment schedule and workout is unsuccessful, Harbor initiates formal collection procedures
and exercises legal action. Depending on the size of the claim, the debt can be sold at a discount
of its face value. 30 days past the due date, Harbor considers the Obligor in default and the asset
is written down. Expected recovery rate is 20% for both declared and undeclared insolvency.
Formal Bankruptcy is a declared insolvency. As an unsecured creditor, the recovery of
outstanding balances is dependent on credit ranking and the receiver process (jurisdiction

@Harbor can likely fill in more info.

Additionally, the way that Tinlake pools are set up, most investors are Drop holders so they are protected by the Junior tranche which takes the first loss of any default. The only time a Drop holder would be impacted is if the value of the Tin tranche is not enough to cover all of the default amount. Also, as incentive to issuers not to choose bad borrowers we require them to “put their money where their mouth is” for lack of a better phrase and fund a portion of the Tin tranche themselves.


Good day Lumination and welcome to our forum
We have medium article about the default case - What Happens in an Asset Default on Tinlake? | by Jeannice | Centrifuge | Medium
Not sure if you already read it, but in any case I would like to share it.