Improved data analysis and dealer relationships give a better view of auto loans since 2012.
LAS VEGAS – CU Direct executives discuss the big ideas forming at their new Innovation Lab.
Auto lending fraud is on the rise and a new study reveals the losses remain hidden.
Credit unions, dealers and the CU Direct team have an official place to test and prototype lending technology ideas.
Price alone won’t be enough to gain share in a tightening market, CU Direct analyst warns.
Ride-sharing apps and self-driving cars are not expected to disrupt car ownership rates any time soon, so keep your auto lending momentum going.
Cooperatives capitalize on auto lending, microenterprise lending and merchant discount apps.
Credit unions look to help members purchase more expensive vehicles at a lower monthly cost.
Encourage used car dealership owners to stay compliant – and reject those that have no intention of playing by the rules.
A preferred dealer network is critical to driving your auto loan business to the next level.