The $44 billion Navy Federal Credit Union has been ranked by Experian as the 20th largest used vehicle lender in the country by market share.
First-party fraud–accessing credit services with no intention of repayment–is a significant concern for credit unions and other financial institutions. And its prevention calls for a new strategy, according to Costa Mesa, Calif.-based credit reporting agency Experian.
Experian reports that businesses with one to four employees had the greatest shift in percentage of dollars considered severely delinquent.
Card delinquencies down in major Texas, Ohio markets while mortgage delinquencies up in Portland, Phoenix, Baltimore, Seattle, New York and D.C.
Within the auto lending sector, a mixed bag of strong and weak outcomes was seen in the first quarter.
Experian/Oliver Wyman report finds "strategic default" still option for many holders of underwater mortgages.
Whether you call it business intelligence or just being customer-savvy, knowing more about each customer at the moment of contact can pay dividends and prevent catastrophe. For financial services companies, the stakes can be much higher than a lost pastry sale.
Experian’s just-released first quarter report ranked Navy Federal Credit Union the 20th largest used vehicle lender in the country by market share.
Experian report cites address verification usage at high-performing credit unions.
This series of illustrations show how, according to Experian, credit unions are holding their own when it comes to balances, delinquencies and repossessions.