Financing aquaculture is specialist business
The industry’s innate uncertainties can make any new lender wary. Even those already in the industry find it hard to assess credit risk in a consistent and organised manner. That’s where Shrimpl comes in.
The risk and resilience rating you can trust
Want to determine the credit worthiness and business viability of a potential borrower? Our proprietary Shrimpl Resiliency Score (SRS) offers the most comprehensive assessment of risk levels on shrimp farms.
Risk management simplified
We make it easier to invest in aquaculture.
Smarter risk management
- Evaluate credit risks more effectively, to reduce defaults and build a profitable credit portfolio in an otherwise challenging industry.
- Assess a borrower’s creditworthiness and economic resilience. Request financial reports from borrowers.
Tailored loan solutions
- Collaborate with us to create customised loan products that meet the specific needs of shrimp producers and feed mills.
- Leverage Shrimpl’s role as a facilitator. We connect lenders with producers and feed mills, to ensure smooth and successful lending partnerships.
Sustainability as a priority
- Discover the benefits of investing in sustainable aquaculture practices and quantify ESG in your investment decisions.
- Maximise the benefits of your investment with us. We’re here to provide ongoing support and address any hurdles you may encounter during your lending journey.
Frequently asked questions
What kind of finance partners do you work with?
Why invest in aquaculture?
Do I have to offer short-term or long-term loans?
Do all shrimp producers on Shrimpl hold an SRS?
How can I incorporate SRS ratings into my current workflow?
It’s simple. Here are some effective ways to do it.
- Request automated SRS reports or access them through Shrimpl’s application programming interface.
- Use the SRS framework as a benchmark to assess overall risk or analyse specific risk categories, identifying strengths and weaknesses in the businesses you collaborate with.
- Determine financial sensitivity by forecasting profitability based on economic outlooks or market prices.