The Auto Finance News team is pleased to present the speakers for the 22nd annual Auto Finance Summit, which features top voices in the auto lending and leasing industry.
The 2022 Auto Finance Summit returns live Oct. 26-28 at the Wynn Las Vegas. The Summit has hosted participants from more than 1,400 companies and attracts speakers and attendees from the top 25 auto lenders for workshops, roundtable discussions and professional networking.
View the full event agenda here.
This year’s lineup includes executive leadership from some of the largest auto lenders, including Tanya Sanders, executive vice president and head of Wells Fargo Auto; Doug Arrigo, chief financial officer at Chase Auto; and Tim Owens, consumer vehicle lending executive at Bank of America.
Sanders will take the stage during a fireside chat about the economy, innovation, industry trends and fresh growth ideas.
Joining Arrigo and Owens for an executive panel discussion on navigating headwinds in the industry will be Chuck Jones, chief operating officer at Truist Dealer Financial Services.
Chase Auto in 2021 was ranked the fourth-largest auto lender, with $86.8 billion in total outstandings, followed by Wells Fargo Auto as eighth largest with $57.3 billion in total outstanding volume, according to the 2022 Big Wheels Auto Finance Data report. Bank of America came in at 11th, accumulating $39.1 billion in loans and leases combined.
The three-day Summit will also include panelists from U.S. Bank, Consumer Portfolio Services, and Arivo Acceptance.
This year’s lineup also features Alex Yurchenko, senior vice president and chief data science officer at Black Book; Elen Callahan, managing director and head of research at Structured Finance Association; and Kevin Chartier, vice president of market insights and residual value management at Cox Automotive.
The 2022 Auto Finance Summit will address critical topics in today’s evolving auto finance industry, such as continued supply chain constraints, rising interest rates, high used-vehicle values and the increased cost of funds.