First Investors Financial Services Group has inked a partnership with digital car financing platform AutoGravity, which will bring the financial institution’s 4,000 dealer partners into AutoGravity’s ecosystem. “The world is changing; there is a whole population that really doesn’t do anything unless it’s on a smartphone, and I found theRead More
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Wells Fargo Dealer Services originated $6.4 billion in consumer auto loans in the fourth quarter, which is a 15% drop compared to the same period last year, and a 21% decline from the third quarter, the company disclosed in its earning report. Wells — which originated more auto loans thanRead More
Chase Auto Finance ended 2016 on a decline – as far as auto originations went. The company originated $8 billion in auto loans and leases in 4Q16, compared with $9.3 billion in the previous quarter, and down from $9.2 billion at the same time a year prior – a 13%Read More
MotoLease LLC wants to track consumer complaints more effectively — so it added an online Help Center to its website, as part of its continued effort to spur customer and dealer relations, Managing Partner Emre Ucer told Powersports Finance.
LAS VEGAS – Paying with your phone, watch, coffee mugs, and now, your car too: the IoT has come a long way. Honda partnered with Visa to illustrate the first proof-of-concept demonstration of in-vehicle payments at the CES 2017 in Las Vegas last week.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp plans to honor the remaining 5 ½ year contract deal it has with Ally Financial Inc. for consumer financing, despite Nissan Motor taking a controlling stake in the company back in October, said Don Swearingen, Mitsubishi Motors North America chief operating officer, during a press event aheadRead More
The growing popularity of longer-term loans aided last year’s record breaking 17.5 million cars sold – and that might not be a good thing, American Honda Motor Co.’s Executive Vice President John Mendel said yesterday at the Automotive News World Congress conference in Detroit. “When auto loans stretch too far,Read More
Linhai Powersports USA Corp. signed with Northpoint Commercial Finance to provide exclusive floorplan financing for Linhai’s North American dealer network, the companies announced on Monday.
After 20 years with Wells Fargo Dealer Services, including six as president, Dawn Martin Harp will retire from the position on April 1, according to a company press release. The company will look internally and externally for a replacement to head up one of the top five auto financiers inRead More
Ford Motor intends to lower its mix of leasing in 2017 because of depreciating used car values at auction — due to an abundant volume of off-lease vehicles — said Chief Executive Mark Fields Tuesday during a presentation at Deutsche Bank’s Global Auto Industry Conference. The company has acknowledgedRead More
Autonomous driving, rideshare, smart cars — the transportation sector went through a major transformation in the recent years, and investors seem to have (finally) noticed.
Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. expanded its retail financing options with two new long-term agreements with Citi Retail Services and Roadrunner Financial, the company announced yesterday.
Judging by the direction of the stock market and the financial trade press, Nov. 9 brought great relief to business in general, and to financial services providers particularly. Conventional wisdom is that regulation will decrease, both in content and in fervor of enforcement. Some predict that the Consumer Financial ProtectionRead More
The only thing we know for sure about the compliance landscape in 2017 is that nothing is for sure. We have heard plenty of rhetoric, but until the changes begin to surface, it’s impossible to know exactly what the regulatory environment will look over the next several years. However, weRead More