NEW YORK, May 21, 2019 – Subprime auto loan performance is expected to deteriorate soon, according to a 360-degree market study released today by Credit Chronometer, a microsite authored by Joseph Cioffi, partner at Davis & Gilbert LLP and respected authority on credit markets.
Joseph Cioffi was quoted in a GlobalCapital article, "Market Anxiety Around Subprime Auto Sector Growing."
Joseph Cioffi was quoted in an Asset Securitization Report article, "Survey Indicates Growing Worries in Subprime Auto ABS Deterioration."
Sometimes, it’s what you can’t see that matters most. First, the bad news: after years of economic growth and generally good times, consumers’ credit scores may be inflated. Like 50 is the new 40, a prime score today may be the equivalent of a sub-prime score pre-financial crisis. If you believe a leopard doesn’t change its spots, a high credit score may be masking a borrower’s likelihood to...
This is part two of our interview with the executive team at CAR Financial Services, a subprime auto finance company with over 25 years of experience providing customized backup and successor servicing. In part one of our interview, we discussed the benefits of having a backup servicer in place before trouble starts.
If subprime auto delinquencies continue to rise and the risks continue to grow, it will be cold comfort to those who saw it coming, if they haven’t taken protective measures. There’s no glory being on the wrong side of right.
Red and blue is the new black and white, but the country could use a lot more purple. Seems few can take a position publicly these days unless it’s extreme – whether it’s a political debate or the meaning of the New York Fed’s recent Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit showing an uptick in subprime auto delinquency. Intelligence includes the ability to see the other side’s point of...