KBRA Assigns Preliminary Ratings to Mission Lane Credit Card Master Trust Series 2022-A


NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to three classes of notes to be issued by Mission Lane Credit Card Master Trust, Series 2022-A (“MLANE 2022-A”), an ABS credit card transaction. Preliminary ratings reflect initial levels of credit enhancement ranging from 28.00% for Class A Notes to 8.00% for Class C Notes. Credit enhancement on the Notes consists of excess spread generated by the pool of credit card receivables, an overcollateralization, a subordination (except Class C Notes) and a reserve account (if funded after closing).

MLANE 2022-A represents the second-term ABS transaction of Mission Lane LLC (“Mission Lane” or the “Company”). MLANE 2022-A will include a two-year renewable period during which no principal payments will be made on the Notes unless an Early Amortization Event occurs. Claims in MLANE 2022-A are generated by accounts originally held by Transportation Alliance Bank Inc. (“TAB Bank”, the “Original Account Holder” or the “Originating Bank”). TAB Bank is a federally insured, state chartered bank in Utah. headquartered in Ogden, Utah.

Mission Lane, formerly a division of LendUp Loans LLC (“LendUp”), is a fintech company founded in 2018 as a Utah limited liability company. The Company provides services to support the Mission Lane program, its general purpose credit card program under the Visa brand. These services include marketing, underwriting and managing credit card accounts. Mission Lane currently has over 550 employees working remotely and from offices in San Francisco, CA and Richmond, VA.

KBRA applied its credit card ABS global rating methodology as well as its global structured financial counterparty methodology and its ESG global rating methodology as part of its analysis of the transaction’s underlying collateral pool and credit card structure. proposed capital. KBRA reviewed its operational review of Mission Lane as well as periodic update calls with the company. Operating agreements and legal opinions relating to the transaction will be reviewed prior to closing.

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