Synchrony Financial shares took a 13 percent dive Tuesday after the company disclosed its expectation for higher charge-off rates.
"While the loss rate in our portfolio is at historically low levels, we very recently finished our loss forecast, and we are now expecting a 20-30 basis point increase in our net charge-off rates as we look out over the next 12 months," according to the consumer financial services firm's 8-K filing.
Synchrony also said it expects higher reserve builds.
The update put Synchrony's stock on track for it's biggest one-day price and percentage declines since it went public in 2014.
Synchrony shares have fallen 13 percent year to date.
On Tuesday, the financials sector led the S&P 500 lower as its greatest decliner.