Auto Finance Summit 2018 Registration Opens With New Networking Events

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Registration for the 2018 Auto Finance Summit, the world’s premier auto finance event, opens today.  

The 18th annual event will take place October 24 – 26 at The Wynn in Las Vegas. Registration can be submitted here.

This year, Auto Finance News and Royal Media are offering new sessions and activities to connect with peers in the industry and to help participants navigate the current state of the credit cycle.

The event will kick-off with workshops, in which attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the industry’s most pressing trends in an intimate group setting.

That will be followed by the Women in Auto Finance Luncheon, which is designed to support and cultivate female leadership in the industry. The industry is growing in diversity every year and the Auto Finance Summit should be a safe and welcoming gathering place for all minds to collaborate and network on the greatest challenges facing auto finance professionals.

Even more networking opportunities will be available to attendees through the exhibit hall’s more than 100 top-industry vendors — and that’s just on the first day. Expect a full-slate of more than 40 panelists and presenters on days two and three covering everything from new innovative models for car ownership to the latest underwriting challenges facing the subprime space.

The full speaker roster will be posted on the event’s official website and announced here on Auto Finance News as names are made available in the weeks and months to come. Sign up for the AFN email alert for daily updates or subscribe online to get monthly magazines, a weekly newsletter, and special event perks.    

For more information on the event, travel, lodging, and to register, please visit the website by clicking here.   

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As Assistant Editor at Auto Finance News, William specializes in covering compliance, operations, and subprime issues. As a Brooklyn implant by way of Ohio, he's happy to discuss the triumphs and pitfalls of Cleveland sports as well as the latest music trends. Former bylines include Candy & Snack Today, Inverse, and The Tennessean.

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