The Davis+Gilbert Insolvency + Finance practice group and authors of Credit Chronometer will be presenting a webinar to coordinate with the release of Credit Chronometer’s Third Annual 360° Market Study. We have a distinguished panel to dive into this year’s findings.
COVID-19 was expected to devastate subprime markets, yet subprime auto has performed much better than expected throughout the pandemic. Subprime auto securitizations are rolling, but the start of a new presidential administration is bringing uncertainty to the market. Significant concerns regarding regulatory enforcement and new rules could dampen enthusiasm for new originations and ABS issuances.
This webinar will help participants plan their next move by revealing expectations across market groups related to such factors as:
- Expected performance trajectory and use of credit extensions
- Strength of investor protections and the ability to obtain desired ratings
- Regulatory uncertainty and its impact on lending and securitization
- Ines Beato, Senior Vice President, US ABS – Global Structured Finance, DBRS Morningstar
- Sean Morgan, Vice President of Finance, Westlake Financial Services
- Clayton Triick, CFA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Angel Oak Capital Advisors
- Joseph Cioffi, Chair, Insolvency + Finance
Date: Thursday June 17, 2021
Time: 1:00 p.m. (EDT)
Please contact: Carly Silverman, Davis+Gilbert Marketing Events Specialist email@example.com / 646 673 8318
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