First half loan growth at S&U’s motor finance business remained strong at 30%, even though lending criteria have been tightened following a previous mix change towards higher-risk customers. Impairments are set to stabilise as the portfolio rebalances, while the company’s focus on providing hire purchase loans to non-prime borrowers for used vehicles using a well-established underwriting system should provide reassurance to investors concerned about the wider motor finance market.

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