Chrysler Capital’s Allgood, Bank of America’s Owens join peers in AFS dialogue 

Photographer: Daniel Tepper/Bloomberg

Chrysler Capital leader Shawn Allgood and Tim Owens, consumer vehicle lending executive for Bank of America, complete a roundtable of executives from some of the nation’s largest auto financiers who will discuss the industry’s trajectory and strategies for overcoming looming challenges and the dynamic credit cycle in a live dialogue at 11 a.m. ET on Oct. 20 during the 2020 Auto Finance Summit, which returns Oct. 20-22 as a virtual event. 

Allgood and Owens join Mazda Financial Services President Pete Carey, Chief Executive of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. Kevin Cullum and USAA Bank’s vice president of consumer lending Renee Horne in the executive dialogue.  

Allgood manages Chrysler Capital along with Santander Consumer USA’s sales and marketing activities and relationships with dealerand customersPrior to his current role, Allgood was Executive Vice President of Chrysler Capital. Allgood also held multiple roles at Ally Financial for more than 11 years, most recently serving as national executive director, where he was responsible for the validation, origination and payment disbursement of retail and lease contracts. 

Owens leads a national network of approximately 300 employees who work directly with clients or with more than 9,000 dealerships to provide vehicle financing. Prior to his current role with Bank of AmericaOwens served as the Retail Sales Executive, leading a national network of more than 10 divisions of approximately 3,500 employees who assist Consumer, Preferred and Global Wealth Management clients with meeting their purchase, refinance and home equity needs.  

Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and participate in this important dialogue.  

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