Capital Markets | Auto Finance News - Part 2

Auto Finance News announces capital markets survey for lenders

Auto Finance News is pleased to share a short survey on auto finance funding and capital market operations.  Lenders can participate in the survey here. The survey delves into allocation of resources, along with funding trends and challenges. It takes about three minutes to complete, and responses will remain anonymous. We encourage lenders of every […]

Ally backs startup Fair with $100m debt facility

Used-car leasing app Fair has closed a $100 million debt facility and equity investment led by Ally Financial. With Ally’s investment, the three-year-old vehicle subscription company has raised $1.6 billion in funding over 10 rounds. The funds will be used to purchase more vehicles for Fair’s fleet. The Ally investment comes on the heels of […]

Securitization residual values hit 12-year low

The average residual value expected in auto lease securitizations this year dropped to a level unseen since 2007, according to a report published last week by Moody’s Investors Service. Residual value risk, as measured by securitizations’ residual value settings, was set at an average of 46.2% of MSRP, down from 47.1% in 2018. “The lower […]

Honda Finance injects $1B into ABS market

Loans in American Honda Finance Corp.‘s latest securitization have the shortest original and remaining terms when compared with other issuers’ pools, according to a Moody’s Investor Services presale report. The $1.1 billion securitization is on track to be upsized to $1.3 billion based on investor demand. Read more: American Honda Finance Dodges Class-Action Lawsuit The loans backing […]

Fair eyes new debt funding

Fair is in discussion with a "major global financial institution" for as much as $500 million of debt funding, Co-Founder Georg Bauer told Auto Finance News. To date, the 3-year-old vehicle subscription company has raised $1.5 billion in funding over nine rounds. "Once this [funding] is closed, we are picking up our work with the […]

Losses widen for rideshare giants in 2Q

Both Uber and Lyft continue to struggle to become profitable enterprises, according to second-quarter earnings reports filed by the two companies last week. Lyft’s losses more than tripled in the quarter to $644.2 million, despite increases in revenue and ridership. Revenues shot up 72% to $867.2 million, while active riders increased 41% to 21.8 million. […]

Fewer loan modifications pushes up losses in Santander’s latest ABS deal

Santander Consumer USA's third asset-backed securitization of the year is bringing $1.2 billion auto loans to market in a deal that’s expected to close Aug. 21, according to a presale report by S&P Global Ratings issued today. The deal props up the subprime lender’s ABS volume to $3.4 billion this year, a 10.5% year-over-year decline.  The […]
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