Normalization Could Be Around the Corner for Subprime Auto

The third year of the pandemic brings with it questions of when normalization might occur in subprime auto lending and securitization. All eyes are on supply shortages, which have kept used vehicle prices in the stratosphere, and inflation, which could cause consumers financial distress. With these issues in mind, in a recent article in Structured Credit Investor, we compared Credit Chronometer’s 2021 survey responses regarding market expectations with the actual year-end results and made predictions about the subprime auto market in 2022.

Upcoming Webinar

To further explore the findings and predictions, on January 27, 2022 at 1pm, Joseph Cioffi will be moderating a panel of industry professionals, Ines Beato, Senior Vice President, US ABS – Global Structured Finance, DBRS Morningstar, Sean Morgan, Senior Vice President of Finance, Westlake Financial Services, and Clayton Triick, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Angel Oak Capital Advisors, on the state of subprime auto lending and securitization as we move into 2022.

Key topics will include:

  • Factors impacting the course of loan and deal performance
  • Expected trends in credit enhancements, credit ratings and credit quality
  • Regulatory issues to watch

Use the link below to attend and hear these experts share their views on this ever-changing market.

Sign up for the webinar here.

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