NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its Auto Loan Indices for the month of May and reports on delinquency roll rates from asset-level disclosures.
Servicer reports in May showed credit performance continued to improve across securitized prime and non-prime auto loan collateral pools during the April collection period. Both indices may have benefited from the waning effects of tax filing season, as many late filers received their refunds in late April. However, with the effects of the tax season now in the rear-view mirror, we expect credit performance to slowly deteriorate over the coming months.
Although our indices showed improved month-over-month metrics, asset-level disclosures told a different story. The percentage of borrowers who went from 60+ days delinquent to current in April was 22.8% and 16.8%, respectively, down from 24.8% and 21.5% during the previous month.
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