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Sunday, 24 June 2018

Joy Wiltermuth' s stories

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  • Honor's sub-prime auto ABS troubled

    Structured Finance | 11 May 2018

    Honor Finance’s one and only sub-prime auto loan securitisation is being closely watched for signs of trouble as the lender grapples with rising loan defaults.

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    Freddie's new lending facility seen as 'mission creep': Cowen

    Ticker | 08 May 2018

    Freddie Mac’s move to provide lending facilities for non-bank lenders could trigger political backlash and hurt the housing market, according to a new report from investment banking firm Cowen and Company.

  • Second month of gains for auto ABS indices: KBRA

    Ticker | 04 May 2018

    Prime and sub-prime auto loan ABS indices notched up a second straight month of gains in April as more borrowers made their vehicle payments, according to a KBRA report on Friday.

  • Caliber mortgages Ginnie servicing rights

    Structured Finance | 04 May 2018

    Caliber Home Loans is the latest non-bank entrant to expand its funding options by securitising mortgage servicing rights on riskier Ginnie Mae loans.

  • First sub-prime lease ABS in demand

    Structured Finance | 04 May 2018

    American Car Center picked a good time to sell the sector’s first auto bond deal to bundle up leases to sub-prime borrowers.

  • Petsmart store

    CMBS market has US$7.3bn PetSmart exposure: Trepp

    Ticker | 01 May 2018

    Struggling retailer PetSmart has a US$7.3bn footprint in the commercial mortgage bond market across 153 deals, data provider Trepp said on Tuesday.

  • Holden cars at a dealership in Perth

    ACC's first sub-prime lease deal sees high demand

    Ticker | 30 April 2018

    American Car Center picked a good time to sell the sector’s first auto bond deal to bundle up leases to sub-prime borrowers.

  • Fitch Ratings headquarters in New York

    Rated RPL RMBS beating expectations: Fitch

    Ticker | 26 April 2018

    Rated securitisations of home loans with a prior history of default are performing better than expected, according to a Fitch Ratings report on Thursday.

  • US Senate votes to end guidance on auto loans

    Structured Finance | 20 April 2018

    The US Senate last Wednesday voted to scrap Obama-era guidance aimed at preventing auto lenders from charging borrowers higher rates based on factors such as race or national origin.

  • Citigroup veteran Vanderslice departs for Cantor

    People & Markets | 20 April 2018

    Paul Vanderslice has left Citigroup after nearly three decades to head the real estate securities arm of Cantor Fitzgerald, a person familiar with the matter told IFR.