Auto Finance News is proud to present the agenda for the 2021 Auto Finance Risk Summit, returning as a virtual event May 11-12. Registration and session information are found at autofinancerisksummit.com.
Auto lenders must prepare for a unique set of risks due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including a potential uptick in delinquency and charge-off rates, and new risks associated with digital lending. The risk summit will bring together auto finance executives and risk management experts to discuss these crucial topics and provide attendees with strategies and insights to position their companies for success. Access the full agenda here.
The event kicks off with an executive panel in which auto finance leaders will share their lessons learned during the economic crisis, discuss how to identify and overcome looming pain points in lenders’ existing portfolios, and highlight ways to navigate the risks created by pandemic-related market shifts, such as more online lending.
A highlight of this year’s virtual event will be a fireside chat with a leading industry executive who will discuss top-of-mind risk management considerations in auto finance.
Compliance, as it relates to collection and repossession practices, is also a top priority amid the pandemic. Compliance experts will discuss how auto finance companies can service consumers suffering economic hardship, and share ideas for improving loss-mitigation team performance.
Other sessions will touch on managing risks in online car buying and digital finance, the outlook of residual values in 2021 and beyond, changing state and federal regulations, cyber risk and fraud, and macroeconomic implications on auto finance.
Register for the Auto Finance Risk Summit to learn how to navigate new and existing risks facing the industry.