Head of U.S. Bank Auto Lending Joins Auto Finance Summit Asia Roster

John Hyatt, U.S. Bank’s executive vice president of dealer services

Auto Finance Summit Asia will host John Hyatt, U.S. Bank’s executive vice president of dealer services, on a panel entitled “Taking Your Finance Business to the Next Level” during the inaugural event this year.

The summit is set to take place September 5-6 at the Grand Hyatt in Shanghai and will provide networking opportunities and topical discussions on the latest policies and trends in Asia’s auto finance industry, including an economic outlook of auto finance in China, the local implications of the car-sharing revolution, the rise of leasing in China, and much more.

As the head of U.S. Bank’s indirect consumer lending business, Hyatt oversees the bank’s $18.8 billion loan portfolio, which had grown at a 7.4% clip year over year, according to the latest earnings report. The bank maintains a prime portfolio with average credit scores above 774 and losses below a quarter of a percentage point of the overall portfolio.

He’ll be joined by other leading U.S. lenders to discuss how to structure an enterprise, key factors in day-to-day operations, and how to stay ahead of the trends.

For more information on the agenda, visit www.autofinanceasia.com and to register for the event click here.

 

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