Credit Performance | Auto Finance News - Part 5

Looming Tariff Threat to Lessen New-Vehicle Sales, ABS Volume

MIAMI — Auto ABS is experiencing strong performance this year, but President Donald Trump’s trade war and tariff threat on imported auto parts are expected to prompt a downturn in securitization volume, Jamie Feehely, managing director of securitization at National Bank, said during ABS East last month. “There are no securitizations done that are 100% […]

3 Strategies to Qualify Customers for Car Subscription Programs

One of the most frequently asked questions when implementing a vehicle subscription program is identifying a proper risk model for underwriting subscription customers. This typically corresponds to two areas that need to be addressed before allowing customers into a subscription membership — driving history and creditworthiness. In this article, we will focus on credit underwriting. […]

Increased Consumer Awareness of Depreciation Costs to Boost Subscriptions

The depreciation of a new vehicle and its hidden costs for consumers could drive the market further toward subscription services. “The market today is in good time [for consumers] to think about [subscription services] as an alternative,” Jonathan Banks, vice president of vehicle valuations and analytics at J.D. Power, told Auto Finance News. Depreciation can […]

Credit Unions Flourish as Interest Rates Rise, Auto Count Data Shows

Credit unions are taking advantage of the rising interest rate environment as some have grown loan volumes in their state by more than 50% year over year, according to Auto Finance News’ analysis of Experian’s July AutoCount data. Namely, Security Service Federal Credit Union grew its Texas loan originations by 69% year over year to […]

Deadline Nears for Auto Finance Excellence Awards

With just more than a week to go before the Sept. 18 deadline, now’s the time to submit nominations for the 2018 Auto Finance Excellence Awards, which have annually since 2005 recognized executives and companies that have made great contributions to auto lending and leasing in the past year. Among other accomplishments, executives or companies […]

Consumer Credit Scores Rise But Risks Remain, Executive Says

Nearly half of consumers saw their credit scores increase by 20 points or less this year, but subprime lenders should be cautious of the real impact it has on consumers’ ability to repay, said Damon Edmondson, chief of analytics at debt purchaser and servicing company Flock Specialty Finance. Credit scores increased by an average of […]
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