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Chase Auto inks deal with Vroom

Chase Auto has expanded its relationship with online used-car retailer Vroom, in anticipation of an expected 2020 launch of Vroom Financial Services Powered by Chase, a new financing arrangement between the two companies, Mark Roszkowski, Vroom’s chief revenue officer, told Auto Finance News. “The goal is to eventually make the entire financing process completely digital,” Roszkowski […]

Sparking Connections: How Tech Alliances Are Firing Up Lenders

Slowing vehicle sales and the potential for a market downturn have lit a spark among lenders, technology companies, and OEMs, igniting partnerships aimed at gaining marketshare and creating solutions attainable only by way of collaboration. In January, Ford Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG established an alliance that will likely spur the OEMs’ captives to collaborate […]

5 Trends to Watch: 2019 Promises to be an Interesting Year

From the January issue: The pace of U.S. growth is expected to slow, according to most economists, who also think interest rates will rise. There is uncertainty about tariffs and, beyond the economic factors, the race between different lenders, dealers, and manufacturers to overhaul products and services is picking up. But perhaps the biggest challenge […]

SunTrust Grows Portfolio, Improves Online Lending Division

SunTrust Banks managed to lower delinquencies and net-charge-offs in its indirect auto portfolio while enhancing its online direct-lending division — LightStream — Allison Dukes, chief financial officer, said during the second quarter earnings call. “We have lower originations year over year in the second quarter 2018 compared with 2Q17, but with much better performance and […]

Congress Rolls Back Dodd-Frank Rules, Relieves Banks of Stress Test Requirements

Fewer than 10 banks will be required to submit stringent stress test analysis to federal regulators following Congress’ passage of bipartisan legislation designed to rollback Obama-era financial regulation. The House voted 258-159 to roll back parts of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which will now designate banks with assets above $250 billion as “systemically important financial […]
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