US Consumer Credit Update – 2022 Outlook for Mortgage, Auto, Credit Card & Student Loan Debt

  • Public Equity
  • Financials
  • North America


Former SVP at Equifax Inc


  • Macroeconomic backdrop for consumer credit including how borrower credit quality has evolved and could evolve post-pandemic
  • Rising interest rate environment and potential impact across consumer credit categories
  • US government and regulatory action across categories, highlighting potential CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) action
  • Potential origination volumes and loan performance across mortgages, autos, credit card debt and more
  • Outlook for 2022 and beyond including potential evolution of the ability to underwrite risk


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