GS2 Offers Income Share Agreement (ISA) Options
Goal Structured Solutions, Inc. (GS2) offers cash flow opportunities to schools that leverage Income Share Agreements (ISAs) and utilizes several financing structures that emphasize interest alignment. As a forward-looking, income-based student financing option, ISAs help fund education based on a fixed percentage of future income for an agreed upon number of years after graduation. Since no interest accrues in school, ISAs alleviate the unnecessary burden of debt on students and their families.
Utilizing our analytics driven approach to product development, GS2 builds ISA programs in partnership with schools. We combine our proprietary databases and partner with the school to gather outcomes data that includes employment and salary information. Vemo, our strategic partner with an operations center in Tampa Florida, provides a customized originations and servicing platform for income share agreements. We also offer several solutions designed to monetize ISAs offered through schools leveraging the robust GS2 investment/capital platform as well as the Vemo origination and servicing platform.
Why consider an ISA Program for your school?
• Finding alternatives to traditional debt is an emerging consumer trend.
• Student need is ever escalating, as is student loan debt, while long term competitive loan alternatives are diminishing.
• ISAs offer a transparent method to fund higher education that more appropriately aligns risk and outcomes.
Why consider GS2 as your ISA partner?
• We serve as a single point of contact for the school from build to implementation to financing.
• We are a leading subject matter expert on ISAs and proven nearly two decade long experience in higher education finance.
• We offer a financing platform nimble enough to quickly adapt to market and school needs yet robust enough to provide guidance to institutional investors to support schools’ funding needs.
ISA Information Resources
To learn more about the history of ISAs please visit: www.IncomeShareAgreements.org