POLL: US regulators and auto securitisation

Author: Edward Price | Published: 5 Nov 2015
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Authorities in the US are concerned about the market for securitised auto loans. In particular, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Its chief, Tim Curry, recently said the sector reminds him of the subprime mortgage market pre-crisis. At the same time, autos aren’t homes and nobody expects the value of a car to rise. 

IFLR’s poll this month asks if US regulators are right to be concerned about auto securitisation. Options are:

  • Yes
  • Too soon to tell
  • No

Vote now on the 'Quick Poll’ menu on the right hand side of IFLR’s homepage.

All votes and comments are anonymous. To arrange an off-the-record interview to elaborate on your response, email edward.price@iflr.com

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