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Profits triple at SoftBank-backed startup OakNorth
OakNorth cofounders Rishi Khosla, left, and Joel Perlman. Photo: OakNorth

Profits at startup bank OakNorth jumped by 220% to £33.9m ($44.8m) last year, the company said on Wednesday.

Accounting filed with Companies House this week shows the bank’s loan book grew by 160% to £2.2bn in 2018 as profits soared.

OakNorth was founded in 2015 as an entrepreneur-focused bank that makes loans of between £500,000 and £40m to fast-growing businesses such as healthy fast food chain Leon and house builder Galliard.

“The companies we are lending to are home-builders, job-creators, productivity-boosters, and drivers of GDP growth, which have a transformative impact on our community and the health of the wider economy,” Rishi Khosla, the CEO and cofounder of OakNorth, said in a statement.

“To continue reinforcing this positive cycle, we will be donating 1% of group profits to supporting charitable causes and social entrepreneurship.”

OakNorth has lent £3bn to businesses to date and said it has not yet experienced a default. It received £400m of loan repayments last year.

The performance has been helped by OakNorth’s own in-house loan pricing and tracking technology, dubbed OakNorth Artificial Intelligence. CFO Cristina Alba Ochoa told a conference this week that licensing this technology to other banks around the world will be a key part of OakNorth’s growth strategy in future.

Khosla said in a statement: “Through the licensing of our platform, OakNorth Analytical Intelligence, to bank partners around the world, we will bring a similar impact to entrepreneurs and communities globally.”

The results underline the rationale for SoftBank’s $440m investment in OakNorth at the start of 2019. SoftBank’s $100bn Vision Fund backed OakNorth in February in a funding round that valued the company at $2.3bn.

Khosla was also bullish on the prospects for the bank in the UK despite Brexit. He wrote in the annual report: “Irrespective of what the future might hold in terms of Brexit and the economy, we will remain focused on helping small and medium sized growth businesses access better financing to fund their development.

“These businesses are the backbone of economies and communities, as evidenced by the thousands of new homes and jobs created from the loans we’ve made so far, so it is vital that we continue to support them.”

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Have you heard about ‘call’ and ‘put’? Here’s what they mean

The right investment strategy can lead you to a financially secure life. If done right, investments not only grow your money but also become your second source of income.

To make the most of your investments, you may want to diversify your income among different asset classes. You may pick several options as per your requirements. Stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities and cryptocurrencies are some such examples.

You may have heard about one more asset class - call and put options. They may seem confusing due to the technicalities, but they offer several advantages over stocks. Read on to know more about call and put options

What are options?

Options allow you to buy or sell a specified number of stocks at a pre-determined price within a set period. It is a contract between you and the seller. You get the right to exercise your option, but there is no obligation to do so. You have to pay a premium to gain this right. You can purchase options from any verified broker offering a brokerage investment account.

Options are derivatives, which means they derive their value from another underlying product like stocks.

They offer several benefits and are designed to suit your financial goals. They can generate a recurring income or can be used to hedge against a declining stock market.

They can be a star addition to your portfolio, but they are speculative in nature and hence carry specific risks. You may want to invest in options only if you have the capital to absorb the losses. You can decide if speculation is not for you if you are not comfortable with risk. However, it is a good idea to understand options to know how the companies that you invest in are using them.

What are call and put options?

A call option allows the buyer to buy the underlying instrument at the strike price before the option expires. It is based on the speculation that a stock price will fall and then increase considerably. You can exercise your option and purchase the stock when it is trading at your strike price. Later you can sell it at a higher price to make a profit.

A put option gives you the right to sell at the strike price. Buyers of put options speculate that the stock price will fall before the option expires. When it does, they sell their stocks and make profits.

The strike price is the price at which the stock must be bought or sold. It is a pre-determined rate, which the stock must pass for call options or go below for put options. On the expiry date, the seller will exercise your choice if it is favourable.

You get three alternatives when deciding call and put options – ‘In the Money’, ‘At the Money’ or ‘Out of the Money’. ‘In the Money’ means, the stock price is above the call strike price. ‘Out of the Money’ means, the stock price is below the call strike price while ‘At the Money’ is when both the prices are the same.

Conclusion

Call and Put options can provide you with an advantage and hedge you against risks. However, they are based on complex short-term strategies. They are good investment instruments if you can handle the risk potential.