Competition and innovation in the marketplace tend to reduce price, increase consumer choice, and in return, benefit consumers.
Regulation should be a collaborative process between regulators and the parties directly impacted by the proposed regulations.
Government, consumers, and the credit industry can and should work together to promote lending that helps consumers meet their financial needs through affordable credit.
The extension of credit must be affordable to both the lender and the borrower.
Risk-based pricing increases access to credit for the less creditworthy and reduces relative pricing for the more creditworthy.
The secondary market is critical to the continued availability of certain kinds of credit.
Market funding gives consumer lenders the ability to make affordable loans to millions of qualified consumers.