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From Subprime Star to Losses, UK's Provident Tries to Reboot
Then came the news that Provident was facing an FCA probe into its credit card unit, Vanquis Bank, and another into its subprime auto lending arm, Moneybarn. Crook stepped down in August, and the company's shares plunged 66 percent in a single trading ...
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The Local Switzerland

Swiss bank UBS to pay $230 million in US subprime settlement
The Local Switzerland
Swiss banking giant UBS will pay $230 million to settle charges it misrepresented mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis, New York State officials announced on Wednesday. The settlement with the New York Attorney General ...


Facebook Crisis: Is 'Big Data' the New 'Subprime Mortgage' for Hot Tech Sector?
Facebook's 'data misuse' scandal is a reminder of the value -- and the danger -- of the personal information held by global tech firms that both drive stock market growth but pose major reputational risks for companies that use it recklessly. ByMartin ...


Subprime Auto Bonds Caught in Vise of Rising Costs, Bad Loans
Subprime auto bonds have surpassed the pre-financial crisis peak as a share of the overall auto-ABS market. Last year, the category represented about $25 billion out of total issuance of $110 billion, according to Bloomberg data. “We've seen a rise in ...
Subprime Auto Loan Lenders Becoming StricterAuto Credit Express (blog)

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Investor Who Won Big Betting on Housing Collapse Falters With China Bets
Wall Street Journal
Mr. Bass's subprime bets shot him into investor stardom. But in recent years, he has also been in the spotlight for playing a role in the collapse of Bear Stearns. According to documents released by the National Archives in 2016, Mr. Bass was the ...


Hedge funder John Paulson, who made a fortune betting against subprime, is cutting staff: Report
The hedge fund surpassed competitors during the financial crisis due to its bet against subprime mortgages using a kind of insurance called credit default swaps. Paulson made an estimated $12.5 billion to $15 billion in 2007 alone. The one-time ...

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Luxury, Subprime Lenders Join AutoGravity Platform
Auto Finance News (blog)
Infiniti Financial Services, Kelley Blue Book, and Santander Consumer USA are the latest to partner with car marketplace AutoGravity. Today, Infiniti Financial announced its loan and lease financing will be available for customers browsing the company ...

Moneyway revenues grow 16% as legacy subprime impairments rise
Moneyway revenues rose 16% to £47.1m in 2017, parent Secure Trust Bank has reported in its first full-year results since moving out of subprime consumer finance. The company reported new business of £142.8m for the year, 2.8% lower than in 2016 ...

Racing to the dealership: Baby Boomers and Millennials show off ...
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ATLANTA, GA (March 23, 2018) — When consumers need loans for auto purchases, understanding their own credit risk situation matters. In its latest consumer automotive survey, Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX), a global information solutions company, analyzed ...

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Share of Subprime Loans Falls to Record Low in 4Q, Experian Says
Auto Finance News (blog)
The share of nonprime, subprime, and deep-subprime loans as a percentage of total outstandings hit a record low in the fourth quarter, according to Experian's latest report. New vehicle loans and leases to nonprime consumers fell to 19.64% of total ...

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