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Stephen Bell, our Chief Risk Officer, has provided an update on the loan book performance

26th May 2017

Summary “The Wellesley loan book continues to evolve and now stands at 65 loans with combined committed facilities of £271m. During 2016 the drawn balanced increased by 10% to £163.6m which was made up of new loans and additional …

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How is the Business performing?

Wellesley Group Investors Limited, has today announce the highlights from its audited results for the year ended 31st December 2016. The Annual Report and Accounts are set to be published in the coming days. The key financial Highlights in …

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FAQ’s regarding changes to our product range

What’s changing? From the 31st May 2017, Wellesley will not be accepting any additional investment into the existing Peer-to-Peer lending product. Customers with products maturing before the 31st May will be able to re-invest their funds prior to the …

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We’ve launched our brand-new website

25th May 2017

Investment decisions are never easy, that’s why at Wellesley we are always looking for ways to help make the process simpler and more efficient. We are therefore thrilled to announce that our brand-new website is now live. Since inception, …

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Loan Book Review from the Chief Risk Officer

2nd February 2017

  During the course of 2016 we carried out a detailed review of all lending and took a number of actions designed to further reduce the risk profile of new lending. These actions include restructuring of the lending and …

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How is the Business performing?

  During 2016 Wellesley Group completed a number of initiatives designed to increase focus on our key market, build capability in core lending and control functions and reduce costs. As a direct result of this we have seen strong …

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Wellesley 2017 Lending Outlook

Despite some initially pessimistic views regarding overall property values post-Brexit, the market is holding up well, other than some weakness at the high end and particularly in London. In December the OBR forecast that house prices in the UK …

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Second home owners – the good, the bad or has it turned ugly?

5th December 2016

Having grown up in an area well known for second home ownership, Devon, the thought of a second home is something that seemed out of my grasp. Perhaps (living in an ideal location) it was because I didn’t understand …

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10 Alternative Holiday Destinations to Consider This Year

29th June 2016

Bed down for the night, in an igloo   Our first entry is the Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada – the only hotel in the world made entirely out of ice! Expert artisans in the production of sculptures …

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Barclays Brings Back The 100% Home Loan At The Expense Of Mum and Dad

12th June 2016

With the Help to Buy ISA launching last year and the introduction of the Lifetime ISA proposed for April 2017, questions surrounding property purchase for first-time buyers are rife. Barclays has put another spanner in the works for already …

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Investment through Wellesley involves lending to individuals or companies and therefore your capital is at risk and interest payments are not guaranteed if the borrower defaults. It is important to remember that historic loan default rates are not necessarily indicative of future default rates.

Wellesley is the singular name for the following collective of companies, Wellesley Group Limited (09811856), Wellesley & Co Limited (07981279) and Wellesley Finance Plc (08331511). Wellesley & Co Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) (Registration Number 655503). Wellesley Secured Finance Plc (the Issuer) was established as a special purpose vehicle for the sole purpose of issuing asset backed securities. Wellesley Secured Finance Plc is not part of Wellesley Group Limited. Wellesley Secured Finance Plcis not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Wellesley Secured Finance Plc is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.Wellesley & Co Limited is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Wellesley Finance Plc is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Wellesley Finance Plc and Wellesley Secured Finance Plc are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Wellesley & Co Limited and Wellesley Finance Plc are registered in England and Wales and their registered office is at St Albans House, 57/59 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX. The trading address for both Wellesley & Co Limited and Wellesley Finance Plc is St Albans House, 57/59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX. The registered address for Wellesley Secured Finance Plc is at 35 Great St. Helen’s, London EC3A 6AP.