Please note! This investment product is intended for professional investors only. There is no capital guarantee and performance is not guaranteed.

To access this information, please confirm that you are a professional investor.
A professional client is a client who has the experience, knowledge and competence to make his or her own investment decisions and correctly assess the risks involved. Please ensure that you are a professional investor by referring to article L. 533-16 of the French Monetary and Financial Code.
The information available on the website does not constitute an offer to subscribe or a personalised recommendation. Younited Credit may not be held liable following consultation of this information.

What happens if Younited Credit defaults?

Update on 13/12/2023

In the event of default by Younited :

For fund units:

The fund units are independent of Younited Credit’s balance sheet.
If Younited Credit were to go bankrupt, the fund units would continue to be managed as normal by the fund management company, and the credit recovery process would be handled by an external service provider specializing in this type of operation (a “back-up servicer” with which Younited has a partnership: MCS Group).

Any creditors of Younited Credit (its suppliers, for example) would have no recourse against the Borrowers’ loans, to the detriment of the Investors.