Concerns about deteriorations in underwriting criteria haven’t stopped investors from signing on to auto loan securitizations that allow sponsors to add new, and potentially riskier, loans to the pools of collateral at a later date.

In January, Ally Financial issued a $1.56 billion deal with a revolving structure that allows proceeds from loan payments made during the first 12 months of the transaction to be used to purchase additional loans.

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