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Event Date Tue Jun 22 EDT (4 months ago)
Location Virtual Event
Region Americas

Despite elevated unemployment levels, subprime auto loan ABS performance has been strong due to federal aid and tighter credit standards. But what lies ahead when enhanced unemployment pay ends and lenders revert to pre-pandemic origination standards and volume levels? Join a panel of market participants and S&P analysts as they discuss current market and performance trends, COVID-related adjustments to expected loss levels, the investor perspective, and their outlook for the rest of the year.

The unemployment level has historically been a leading credit indicator in the unsecured consumer ABS space. As unemployment spiked in 2020 so did fears that losses would rise quickly for this sector. However, to date, collateral performance and ratings have remained relatively stable. Join us for a presentation that will discuss key elements and performance trends in student loans, credit cards and personal loans to better understand the resiliency of these ABS asset classes and share some thoughts for the outlook for the second half of 2021.


2021 Speakers


Amy Martin
Senior Director & Sector Lead, S&P Global Ratings


Jenna Cilento
Associate Director, S&P Global Ratings

Mark McCall
CFO, Global Lending Services, LLC

John Anglim
Senior Director & Sector Lead, S&P Global Ratings