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Credit Acceptance discloses 3 new investigations

Credit Acceptance Corp. (CAC) is at the center of regulatory actions initiated over a two-week period by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the attorneys general of Mississippi and New York, the company disclosed in a July 30 10-Q filed with the SEC. “We don't have any insight into when and why those things […]

Credit Acceptance stock closes in on $500 per share

In Credit Acceptance Corp.’s first day of trading on June 5, 1992, the stock closed at $2.71 per share. Fast forward 17 years, and the subprime lender’s stock price is nearing the $500-per-share mark. In its first decade of trading, CAC’s stock averaged $11.43 per share. It crossed the $20 mark in 1995 and the […]

Subprime Issuers Gain Share of ABS Market

NEW YORK — Though subprime originations have declined, “a greater share of these originations are making their way into the securitization market,” Amy Martin, senior director of structured finance ratings at S&P Global Ratings, said during the agency’s Auto Industry Hot Topics event last month. With banks reducing their loan volume, independent finance companies have […]

Investments in Public Auto Finance Companies Top $9 Billion

Institutional investors had combined shares valued at $9.4 billion in the handful of publicly traded auto finance companies, as of midyear, according to an Auto Finance News analysis of Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The SEC filings record the quarterly U.S. equity holdings of institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets […]