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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 […]

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 […]

GM Financial, Hyundai ramp up lease ABS with $1.9B of issuance

General Motors Financial and Hyundai Capital America are driving auto lease ABS volume, bringing a combined $1.9 billion of receivables to market, according to presale reports from S&P Global Ratings.  GMF’s $1 billion deal marks the captive’s third lease securitization this year, boosting its total volume to $3.4 billion in 2019. The collateral pool consists […]

CPS grows originations despite ‘exceedingly competitive’ market, CEO says

Consumer Portfolio Services' originations increased 16.5% in the second quarter, to $250.1 million, despite the fact that the industry is "exceedingly competitive" and "people are growing like crazy," Chief Executive Charles Bradley said during an earnings call yesterday. "That puts pressure on us to eke out our meager growth and our performance amongst these people that […]

Subprime loan losses decline in prime securitizations

Fresh data from DBRS shows that subprime loans securitized with mostly prime issuance outperform subprime loans in mostly subprime securitizations, according to the rating agency’s Figures on Automotive Securitization Tapes (FAST) report published last week. An issuer’s ABS transaction is categorized as a prime or subprime shelf based on the weighted-average Fico of each securitized […]

Extended-Term Contracts Lower Credit Quality in Bank of the West Securitization

Extended-term contracts, an increased loan-to-value ratio, and a rise in the number of loans with lower Fico scores are responsible for weakened credit quality in Bank of the West’s $764 million auto trust securitization — the bank’s first of the year — according to a Fitch Ratings’ presale report. The average term of loans securitized […]

Auto ABS Volume Closes In on $60B

Year-to-date auto securitization volume hit $57.8 billion at the end of April, with prime loan issuance accounting for the lion’s share of transactions, according to research released today by Deutsche Bank. Prime loan securitization volume totaled $23.7 billion, and subprime volume reached $12.8 billion. The remaining volume was comprised of retail lease ($9.8 billion), fleet […]

KBRA Downgrades Honor Finance Securitization — Again

Honor Finance’s 2016 asset-backed securitization has been downgraded for a second time by Kroll Bond Rating Agency due to cumulative net losses increasing to 31.2% compared with 29.4% over three collection periods, the rating agency reported April 25. The now-defunct subprime lender’s Class B notes were downgraded to B+ from BB+, and its Class C […]
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