NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) released its 2017 Consumer Loan Marketplace Lending Year in Review and 2018 Outlook. The accompanying research report highlights the fact that 2017 was a notable year in the consumer loan marketplace lending (MPL) space in many respects. Total ABS issuance topped $7.8 billion in 2017, up from $4.6 billion in 2016, a year-over-year increase of 71%. SoFi led the way in 2017 in terms of number of ABS deals and total securitization volume, having completed six securitizations for $3.2 billion in total notes. Prosper completed three securitizations totaling $1.5 billion under their PMIT program followed by four deals from LendingClub’s prime and near prime shelves totaling $1.2 billion and three from Marlette’s MFT shelf totaling $919 million. Avant completed two securitizations totaling $480 million while Upstart issued its inaugural securitization in June 2017 followed by a subsequent deal in November. Investor demand strengthened with orders exceeded total deal size and a larger number of investors participated in the deals.
KBRA has established itself as the leading rating agency in the consumer MPL sector. Since 2016, KBRA has rated every consumer loan MPL ABS that carried a rating and was the top rating agency in terms of market share and rated bond amount. KBRA’s 2017 year in review and 2018 outlook provides:
- KBRA’s outlook for 2018
- Information behind the growth in the consumer MPL market
- Detailed loan origination and ABS issuance volume by platform
- Securitization performance and rating trends
- Comparison of collateral characteristics, lending license arrangements platform servicing strategies and funding sources
- Synopsis of legal and regulatory developments affecting the sector
- Summary of significant equity raised by fintech companies
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