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Something iiBIG Just Happened: 11th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium
Last week, Joseph Cioffi moderated a panel on valuation and trends in student loan securitizations at the iiBig 11th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium.
United States
30 May 2019
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Behind-The-Scenes Strategies For Success – Part Two: We Speak To Revenue Connections On The Importance Of Borrower Attributes To Student Loan Collections
Take care of your business at home, before searching for greener pastures. It's a key takeaway from Part One of our interview regarding subprime auto.
United States
2 May 2019
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Behind-The-Scenes Strategies For Success: We Speak To Revenue Connections On Improving Collections To Combat Latent Market Risks
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,
United States
30 Apr 2019
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Part Two: Following The Backup Plan: We Talk To CAR Financial Services On The Keys To Successfully Engaging A Backup Servicer
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
United States
11 Apr 2019
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Part One: As Delinquencies Rise In Subprime Auto, We Explore A Protective Strategy With Backup Servicer, CAR Financial Services
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.
United States
4 Apr 2019
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Subprime Auto: The Truth Is Out There
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
United States
11 Mar 2019
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How Subprime Auto Participants Can Avoid The Hell Of A Future Unseen
If you want to know the truth, no one can really predict the future of any market by themselves; everyone is limited by data and perceptions.
United States
20 Feb 2019
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Honor Finance's Downfall Shows Anything Can Happen
No one had suffered any losses, or at least it seemed no one could remember having done so
United States
10 Dec 2018
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Tiny Spaces, But Lots Of Room For Pace-Type Financing
Move over mortgages – there's a new kind of real estate that could benefit from a new type of funding. As higher interest rates and rising prices are making affordable housing a challenge...
United States
23 Nov 2018
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Once Bitten, But Not Shy: Subprime Mortgage Lending Is Alluring Again
Bright, shiny objects are hard to resist. Like the glowing orb cast by the anglerfish subprime lending is back with the potential for profits shining like a beacon.
United States
6 Nov 2018
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Student Debt Burden: Whose Problem Is It, Anyway?
It's back to school time, and there's so much noise about a student loan crisis that there's a need to corral all the noisemakers and to gain an understanding of what's actually going on
United States
25 Sep 2018
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Dis-Honor In A Downgrade – Strong Management And Credit Enhancements Mean More Today Than Yesterday (But Not As Much As Tomorrow)
There's a caution flag out for subprime auto loan securitizations. The Class C tranche of Honor Finance's HATS 2016-1 – the deal that jump-started the debate as to how low deep subprime issuances could go ...
United States
8 Aug 2018
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Subprime Auto Loan Crisis Chronometer Update
Observing the rising tide of borrower delinquencies in subprime auto lending, I'm reminded of that famous outburst by the former NFL coach, Dennis Green.
United States
13 Jul 2018
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Marketplace Lending: 60-Second Market Review And Insights - Jun 27, 2018
Seven securitizations totaling $4.3 billion closed in Q1 2018, up 34% versus a year ago and representing the second-highest issuance in any quarter (after Q4 2017).
United States
13 Jul 2018
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iiBig 10th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium
Last week, Joseph Cioffi was a featured speaker at the iiBig 10th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium in Alexandria, Virginia. He participated in a panel regarding the latest trends...
United States
21 May 2018
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Usury: An Old Concept, Up To New Tricks In Subprime Auto
Usury has made quite a comeback from the dust heap of old law treatises to become a crucial concept that has shaped modern credit markets.
United States
25 Apr 2018
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The Latest Non-Answer To The Student Loan Debt Burden: Foregoing Social Security Benefits
College students – prepare to be educated on a new case of Hobson's choice, a term typically used to describe situations where there appears to be a choice available, but in reality, there is no choice at all.
United States
16 Mar 2018
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The Economic Payoff Of A Student Loan Payoff
For all the talk about Dreamers in the national immigration debate, a recent research paper positing the positive effect of erasing the nation's $1.3 trillion student debt burden has given the term new meaning.
United States
23 Feb 2018
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What The Fargo? Doubling-Down On Loans And Deposits Is A Dubious Move Following The Fed's Order
Wells Fargo is being put on a highly restrictive diet by the Federal Reserve and won't get any relief until its compliance and governance shape up. Under the terms of the Fed's Consent Order ...
United States
20 Feb 2018
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Subprime Residential Mortgages And RMBS In 2018: A Tale Of Two Cycles
Litigation related to pre-financial crisis subprime mortgage lending and securitization has resulted in a decade-long hangover for many of those who participated in the boom times.
United States
30 Jan 2018
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