Industry insiders will join Auto Finance News in a live panel discussion on the future of residual values in 2021 during the Auto Finance Risk Summit, returning virtually May 11 and 12. The panel is set for May 11 at 2 p.m. ET.
Panel participants include auto industry executives Eric Ibara, director of residual value consulting at Kelley Blue Book; Kristen Lanzavecchia, ALG’s industry insights senior manager; and Alex Yurchenko, vice president of data science for Black Book.
Ibara brings three decades of experience from the automotive industry, providing consulting services and overseeing the residual value forecast for the Kelley Blue Book. Prior to her position at ALG, Lanzavecchia spent two years with Hyundai Capital America. Now, she oversees both U.S. and Canadian residual value forecasts, in addition to providing data and insights for OEMs. Yurchenko’s work in developing machines to analyze automotive industry trends helps him lead the data science team at Black Book.
The panelists will provide insights into new risks resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, discuss valuation forecasts for the used-vehicle market, examine consumer-driven changes in product mix, and review how OEM incentives shape residual values.
Find the full Auto Finance Risk Summit agenda here.
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