KBRA publishes ABS indices for auto loans for July 2021



NEW YORK–() – Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) publishes ABS indices for auto loans for July 2021.

July remittance reports showed a decline in credit scores across most securitized auto loan pools during the June collection period, in line with typical seasonal trends. Early-stage delinquencies (30-59 days delinquency) in the Prime Auto Loan Index from KBRA increased by 3 basis points (bp) month-over-month (MoM) to 0.77%, while delinquencies at the late stage (60+ days overdue) grew 2 bp. up to 0.26%. Meanwhile, early and late delinquencies on the KBRA Index of Indirect Auto Loans rose 56 and 42 basis points, respectively, to 6.68% and 3.43%.

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