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HCA’s James Vincent Joins Speaker Faculty at Auto Finance Risk Summit

Hyundai Capital America is joining the speaking faculty at the 12th annual Auto Finance Risk Summit to share strategies on how lenders can improve risk management through digital transformation. HCA’s Vice President and Department Head of Consumer Risk James Vincent will take the stage on May 15 at 3:45 p.m. PT for a panel discussion […]

Five Questions With… John Thacker of HCA

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. John Thacker started his auto finance career two decades ago as a bill collector for Ford Motor Credit, and after “sitting in all the chairs” […]

Leasing’s New Look: Financiers Give Lease Options a Makeover

From the February issue: With new-car purchases lagging and used-values increasing, captives and OEMs are reimagining lease products to keep their customer bases growing. Roughly a decade ago, 1.4 million new vehicles were leased — a 16% penetration rate. Fast forward to 2019, and lease volume is expected to reach 4.1 million, with penetration as […]

2019 Survival Guide: How Lenders Are Planning for the Year Ahead

From the January issue: 2018 was a strong year for auto finance as delinquency rates dropped, the economy grew, and consumer demand remained high. However, the new year finds lenders and analysts bracing for an economic slowdown. But that’s not the only worry. New-car purchases are lagging, according to Manheim’s November data, which has new-vehicle sales […]

Coming Unhooked: The Growing Disconnect Between Lenders and Repo Agents

With auto loan delinquency rates rising, it would seem to be a good time to be a repossessor. But that’s not the case. Tow truck and vehicle insurance prices are climbing; license, bond, and other compliance-related costs are increasing; technology spending— to boost internal efficiencies and maintain a competitive edge — is growing. Meanwhile, lenders […]

Auto Finance News’ Top 5 Stories of 2018

It was an interesting year. Early in 2018, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said it would form a captive unit. The end of the year saw the arrest of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance head Carlos Ghosn. And there was plenty of news in between. What follows are AFN editors’ picks for top five stories of 2018: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles […]

Higher Used-Car Volume Could Benefit Captives, HCA Says

Though slipping new-car sales typically translate to lower origination volume for captives, increased flow of off-lease vehicles in the market could dull the sting next year. The goal of a manufacturer’s captive is to finance new vehicles for its OEM, but an influx of used vehicles can benefit an enterprise, Marcelo Brutti, chief risk officer […]

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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