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11 Executives Offer Predictions for 2018

IT, Operations December 28, 2017 at 9:00 am

From the expansion of mobility services to technology enhancements and continued depreciation of used-car values, a lot has been stirring in the auto finance space this year. And even more change is anticipated next year, according to some executives in the auto finance sector. Auto Finance News asked eleven executives,Read More

Lenders Focus on Collections, as Delinquencies Tick Up

Lenders Focus on Collections, as Delinquencies Tick Up

Management, Operations May 31, 2017 at 1:39 pm

Although delinquencies benefited from tax refund season, according to S&P Global’s March U.S. Auto Loan ABS Tracker, 60-day subprime delinquencies in February — at 4.28% — were up from 3.75% during the same month a year prior. Meanwhile, the subprime recovery rate in February was 37.6%, down from 40.6% inRead More

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CREDIT: Delinquencies Rise, Lenders Tighten Credit

Operations, Risk April 12, 2017 at 12:54 pm

Subprime 60-plus-day delinquencies declined to 4.28% in February, compared with 5.09% in January, according to S&P Global. Year over year, however, February subprime delinquencies were up 14% over the same month a year prior. “Generally, delinquencies decline from January to February due to tax refunds and this pattern played out againRead More

Negative Equity Trade-Ins Spike to Record High, Where Do Lenders Draw the Line?

Negative Equity Trade-Ins Spike to Record High, Where Do Lenders Draw the Line?

Operations, Risk March 2, 2017 at 12:08 pm

Spurred by extending loan terms, a record-number of consumers — 31% — turned in cars with negative equity in 2016, in order to get their next vehicle, according to data from Edmunds.com. This trend, and longer-term loans, are not expected to reverse anytime soon, Greg McBride, chief analyst at Bankrate.com,Read More