NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its auto loan ABS indices for June 2021.
June remittance reports showed securitized auto loans exhibited higher delinquencies during the May collection period. Early-stage delinquencies (30-59 days past due) in KBRA’s Prime Auto Loan Index climbed 14 basis points (bps) month-over-month (MoM) to 0.73%, while late-stage delinquencies (60+ days past due) rose 1 bp to 0.23%. Meanwhile, early- and late-stage delinquencies in KBRA’s Non-Prime Auto Loan Index were up 91 bps and 24 bps MoM, respectively, coming in at 6.12% and 3%. Annualized net losses held relatively steady in both indices and remain well below their year-ago levels. The decline in net loss rates over the past year was driven by favorable delinquency metrics and a strong used car market, which has helped to keep recovery rates at elevated levels.
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