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AFS 2019: Carvana, TFS, Tricolor, fraud coalition and US Bank’s Hyatt win 2019 Excellence Awards

LAS VEGAS – The Auto Finance Coalition, Carvana, Toyota Financial Services, Tricolor and U.S. Bank‘s John Hyatt are this year’s recipients of Auto Finance Excellence Awards, a mark of distinction within the industry for achievement in leadership, community service, and technology among other categories. For achievement in leadership: The Auto Finance Coalition, a subchapter of […]

5 questions with… TFS’s Carrie McNamara

Five Questions With is a monthly Q&A segment on AutoFinanceExcellence.org that offers a glimpse of what senior industry executives are thinking about outside the boardroom. Read on to find out. Eighteen years at Toyota Financial Services has taught Carrie McNamara, national manager of consumer and dealer experience, that each hurdle encountered also represents an opportunity for growth. “When […]

3 strategies for lenders to mitigate internal threats to consumer data security

With the enactment of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and the barrage of copycat legislation in other states, there has been significant focus on consumer data and privacy issues from the vantagepoint of the consumer: what information is collected and how consumers can direct companies what to do — or not do — with that information. While the discussion has largely […]

Fraud analytics, alt-data reduce risk for nonprime lenders

The ability to identify risk as early as possible in the loan origination process can improve portfolio performance, and lenders focused on nonprime segments have better resources than ever before to reduce loan risk. Early identification of high-risk borrowers can reduce or potentially eliminate defaults. Fraud analytics and alternative credit data — which provides a […]

State Regulators Step Up to Post-Cordray Era Challenge

Much has been reported on changes at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after new leadership took the helm a little over a year ago. We have watched the evolution of the agency’s enforcement posture, the repeal of its 2013 indirect auto fair lending bulletin, and an overhaul to its rulemaking agenda. The auto finance industry is not the […]

From Profitability to Viability, Execs Weigh In on Subscription Services [VIDEO]

OEMs are still trying to crack the code of profitability and consumer interest in subscription services. Leading providers in the space weighed in on this relatively new method of car utilization, in a session at the 18th Annual Auto Finance Summit. Mason McLead, vice president of engineering at car-as-a-service company Fair, defined a subscription as […]
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