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Veros Credit’s chief legal officer to present at Auto Finance Summit

At the upcoming Auto Finance Summit, Robert Tennant, chief legal officer at Veros Credit, will offer insights into the latest on regulations and enforcement during a presentation on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the Bellagio Las Vegas. Tennant will speak about current trends in Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) […]

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 […]

What a new Nevada spousal credit law means for lenders

Nevada recently amended its Equal Opportunity for Credit statute to give special rights to credit applicants who do not have individual credit histories because their accounts were established in their spouses’ names. (See Nevada SB311, effective October 1, 2019). The Nevada law applies to a creditor offering any credit product in Nevada, including a finance company […]

5 lessons to learn from software vendor data breach

According to a June 12 settlement announced by the Federal Trade Commission, back in 2015 an employee of Iowa-based LightYear Dealer Technologies, the parent company of DealerBuilt, plugged in a storage device to the company’s backup network in order to increase storage capacity.  However, the employee failed to ensure that the device was securely configured, thereby […]

Indiana Regulator Focuses on Education for Auto Lenders

Refunds associated with guaranteed asset protection coverage and violations in the Truth in Lending Act are the top two compliance issues Indiana’s Department of Financial Institutions encounters, General Counsel Lyndsay Miller told Auto Finance News. To that end, the regulator is taking an educational approach to compliance when working with auto lenders in the state, […]

Auto Finance Summit 2019 Registration Opens With New Agenda

Auto Finance News is proud to announce that the Auto Finance Summit 2019 registration and agenda are now available on AutoFinanceSummit.com. The 19th annual event will take place October 28-30 at the Bellagio Las Vegas. Registration can be submitted here.  It’s a revolutionary time for auto finance, as technological innovations are making waves in the industry. Meanwhile, lenders are working to stay ahead […]

Pennsylvania AG Steps Up Regulatory Oversight

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office is taking a more aggressive stance on consumer financial protections, Sam Mirarchi, senior deputy attorney general and assistant director of litigation for the Bureau of Consumer Protection, said during a panel at CBA Live last week. Mirarchi estimates that 30% to 40% of the office’s attention is […]

Minnesota Dept. of Commerce Issues Guidance Regarding Sales Finance Company License

On April 5, 2019, the Minnesota Department of Commerce (“Department”) issued guidance formalizing its position that a company that purchases retail installment contracts from Minnesota dealers must hold a sales finance company license, even if the company does not have a physical presence in Minnesota. Under the Minnesota Motor Vehicle Retail Installment Sales law, a […]
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