PayPal Originated ~$2.6B in Funding During 2020

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paypal buildingPayPal reported originating a total of about $2.6B in capital for U.S. SMBs in 2020, which doesn’t include the more than $2B in PPP loans it arranged.

“PayPal delivered record performance in 2020 as businesses of all sizes have digitized in the wake of the pandemic,” Dan Schulman, President and CEO, said.

Exact origination figures are hard to track through the firm’s quarterly reports. The Working Capital product is only mentioned in passing. At the outset of the pandemic, PayPal reported that they helped merchants by “Granting deferral of repayments on business loans and cash advances at no additional cost.”

Throughout the remainder of the year, PayPal was echoing the problems of the industry and slowed down funding as a whole. In the 2021 first quarter call, John Rainey the CFO Global Customer Operations, said that the firm “Tightened underwriting and strong repayment activity contributed to lower balances in our merchant loan portfolio.”

PayPal’s origination volume fell relative to their 2019 estimate.

Last modified: May 10, 2021
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