As a for-profit, social and environmental impact company, Trine makes money in two different ways:

  • When a loan becomes fully funded through Trine, the borrower will pay Trine a one-time fee for arranging the loan. This fee is mostly determinate by the size of the loan, used to cover our cost of due diligence and funding the loan.


  • Trine also takes a management fee, which is a percentage of the total loan. The borrower pays this throughout the payback period to cover operational costs.

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