Non-Mortgage ABS

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January 18, 2019 - Inside MBS & ABS

ABS Issuance Hit Post-Crisis High Despite Soft Landing

A total of $223.74 billion of new non-mortgage ABS came to market in 2018, the best annual showing since the financial crisis, according to a new ranking and analysis by Inside MBS & ABS.The market faltered in the fourth quarter, however, as ABS production slumped 14.9 percent to $45.05 billion. That was the lowest quarterly output since the end of 2016.

December 20, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Clean-Up Calls to Benefit Auto ABS Issuers and Investors; Seasoned Loans Go into New Issuance

Issuers of auto ABS will likely continue to complete clean-up calls on seasoned transactions even in a rising interest-rate environment, according to S&P Global Ratings. The rating service said clean-up calls yield a positive impact for auto ABS issuers and investors.

December 20, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

DBRS Ranked Tops in Non-Agency MBS Ratings at 9-Month Mark in 2018, S&P First in ABS

DBRS continued to rank as the most active rating servicing in non-agency MBS as of the end of the third quarter, with S&P Global leading the industry in ABS ratings, according to a new ranking by Inside MBS & ABS. [Includes two data charts.]

December 14, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Kroll Cautiously Optimistic about Growth in ABS Next Year, Card Deals Expected to Surge

The fundamentals of non-mortgage ABS will remain relatively strong in 2019, with $249 billion in issuance compared with what’s expected to be a post-crisis high of $245 billion at the end of this year, according to a recent forecast by Kroll Bond Rating Agency.

December 14, 2018 - Inside MBS & ABS

Morningstar Analysts Optimistic About Marketplace Lending ABS in 2019 Despite Some Uncertainties

With marketplace lending securitization volume on track to have one of its best years, analysts at Morningstar Credit Ratings expect the sector to continue growing in 2019 despite some headwinds in the economy and the regulatory landscape.


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