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Subprime Auto Bonds Caught in Vise of Rising Costs, Bad Loans
Subprime auto bonds have surpassed the pre-financial crisis peak as a share of the overall auto-ABS market. Last year, the category represented about $25 billion out of total issuance of $110 billion, according to Bloomberg data. “We've seen a rise in ...
Subprime Auto Loan Lenders Becoming StricterAuto Credit Express (blog)

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Hedge funder John Paulson, who made a fortune betting against subprime, is cutting staff: Report
The hedge fund surpassed competitors during the financial crisis due to its bet against subprime mortgages using a kind of insurance called credit default swaps. Paulson made an estimated $12.5 billion to $15 billion in 2007 alone. The one-time ...

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Study: 27.78 Percent of NCTC Member Operator Credit Inquiries ...
Business Wire (press release)
Regardless of industry, 'deep subprime' consumers represent significant non-pay risk. SubscriberWise study reveals nearly 28 percent very high risk.

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Subprime auto bonds caught in vise of rising costs, bad loans ...
News Chief
More Americans are falling behind on their car payments and that's making it more expensive for subprime auto lenders to sell bundled loans.On average, AAA bond investors last year demanded insulation from the first 51 percent of losses on subprime ...

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CUinsight.com (press release)

Auto loans, subprime borrowers, and your credit union - CUInsight
CUinsight.com (press release)
Credit unions increasingly have portfolios that are heavy on auto loans. Many jumped into car loans because they looked to be an attractive way to boost revenues in a time when revenue from credit cards and home equity loans seemed ever more ...

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Auto Finance News (blog)

Share of Subprime Loans Falls to Record Low in 4Q, Experian Says
Auto Finance News (blog)
The share of nonprime, subprime, and deep-subprime loans as a percentage of total outstandings hit a record low in the fourth quarter, according to Experian's latest report. New vehicle loans and leases to nonprime consumers fell to 19.64% of total ...

Sunday Business Post

One loan left for subprime lender Weisz
Sunday Business Post
One loan left for subprime lender Weisz. Barry J Whyte. By Barry J Whyte Mar 18, 2018. Share this article: One loan left for subprime lender Weisz. Ron Weisz: the convicted fraudster says he is irritated by mischaracterisations of him in the media, but ...

Financial Times

GE warns it could face DoJ action in subprime lending probe
Financial Times
General Electric expects the US Department of Justice to say that it broke the law when originating and selling subprime mortgages in 2006-07, the company has said, in the latest example of the persistent difficulties resulting from its now largely ...
GE says it may face US action over subprime mortgage operationsReuters
GE says it could face DoJ action over subprime mortgage operationsSeeking Alpha
Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corporation - WMC - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks

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Auto Finance News (blog)

Subprime Lender GLS Plans Mobile Wallet Integration
Auto Finance News (blog)
SAN FRANCISCO — Atlanta-based subprime lender Global Lending Services is aiming to build a mobile wallet by yearend, Andy Clements, senior vice president of information technology, said at Auto Finance Innovation 2018 last week. “We don't, right now ...


Concerns grow over UK subprime car finance deals | Auto Express
FCA says loan default rates for high-risk borrowers are “on the rise” bringing subprime car finance in the spotlight.

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