Risk | Auto Finance News - Part 6

Auto Finance Accelerate 2019 Agenda Is Live

The agendas for Auto Finance News’ week-long event, Auto Finance Accelerate, is now available on AutoFinanceAccelerate.com. The series of three events will take place May 13-16, 2019, at the Omni San Diego. The success of the Auto Finance Risk Summit, now in its 12th year, and the 4th annual Auto Finance Innovation Summit made way […]

Higher Credit Quality Offsets Reduced Seasoning in CPS Securitization

Despite less loan seasoning in Consumer Portfolio Services’ first securitization of the year, the transaction’s expected loss rate is unchanged from the lender’s previous ABS deal, according to an S&P Global Ratings presale report. An emphasis on higher-tiered borrowers positively impacted the transaction, according to S&P. Specifically, the percentage of borrowers in CPS’s top three […]

5 Trends to Watch: 2019 Promises to be an Interesting Year

From the January issue: The pace of U.S. growth is expected to slow, according to most economists, who also think interest rates will rise. There is uncertainty about tariffs and, beyond the economic factors, the race between different lenders, dealers, and manufacturers to overhaul products and services is picking up. But perhaps the biggest challenge […]

Auto Finance Risk Summit to Examine Top Strategies for Risk Management

The auto finance market today has thrown a curveball at lenders with rising interest rates, slipping new-vehicle sales, uncertain regulations, and mounting dealership fraud. The 12th annual Auto Finance Risk Summit will delve into these issues and others of top concern for lenders. Auto Finance Risk Summit participants will gain insights on fraud risk, learn […]
  • Nicole Casperson
  • January 16, 2019
  • Risk

Massachusetts AG Slaps Lender With $700,000 Fine for Deceptive Practices

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has ordered Sensible Auto Lending LLC to pay $733,925 to resolve allegations it knowingly facilitated the sale of defective vehicles by certain used-car dealerships. The Danbury, Conn.-based auto lender agreed to provide relief for consumers who were “cheated” by F&R Auto Sales Inc. and three other Massachusetts dealerships from August […]

U.S. Bailout From Last Recession Lives on as Downturn Risks Rise

TARP, the U.S. government bailout program born of the financial crisis a decade ago, lives on today as economists warn of a new recession. Congress authorized the Troubled Asset Relief Program in late 2008 to stabilize the financial system with up to $700 billion — later reduced to $475 billion. To date, about $450 billion in […]

Losses on Track to Improve in Santander’s Latest Securitization

Santander Consumer USA‘s first asset-backed securitization of the year is on track for lower losses relative to prior pools, despite higher loan-to-value ratios and a smaller percentage of new vehicles in the pool, according to Moody’s Investors Service. Moody’s assigned a 24% cumulative net loss expectation to the $1.2 billion transaction, which is slated to […]
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