Loan Ecosystem

205 N. Michigan Avenue
Suite 4220
Chicago, IL 60601

www.loaneco.net

Loan Ecosystem Online (LEO) is a new fintech platform that streamlines the syndicated loan process, eliminating the current guesswork and manual process utilizing excel spread sheets and gives all parties complete transparency into the loan syndication process. The platform conforms to the highest standards of communication and data security.

What the LEO platform can mean to you:

For Originators and Syndicators, LEO delivers a unique process for selling loans. Not only are you able to sell loans to a targeted lender group (private) or make the loan available to the broader, pre-approved LEO lender base (public), you’re able to monitor lender activity in real-time (page views, document views, downloads) and gage their interest.

For Agents, LEO’s state of the art data room is designed specifically for the syndicated loan market, providing users with an intuitive interface and workflow, enhanced functionalities and increased efficiencies. LEO has an extensive API that may be used to automatically synchronize LEO with your platform.

For Institutional Lenders, LEO represents an online space to apply to originators and syndicators, find a loan, request access, commit to purchase and monitor all on the platform.For Sponsors and Borrowers, LEO provides a system to manage access to portfolio company information, monitor lender activity and distribute documents to lenders securely.

Become a Member

Membership in the LSTA offers numerous benefits and opportunities. Chief among them is the opportunity to participate in the decision making process that ultimately establishes loan market standards, develops market practices, and influences the market’s direction.

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