Executives who lend to consumers with bruised credit were clearly unnerved Thursday by the sudden reversals at two big companies in the high- flying subprime business. But they insisted no accounting surprises await their investors.

One distinction that most subprime lenders made: They securitize the majority of their loans, which, they say, requires careful and accurate book keeping.

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