Growing Your Auto Loan Portfolio: How to Unlock New and Emerging Opportunities Through AI
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The current economic climate has accelerated digital transformation efforts, and right now the auto loan sector is ripe with opportunity. However, by merely digitizing your current processes, you will miss the opportunity to grow your auto loan portfolio.
Join this webcast to explore new market opportunities for your credit union and discover how AI can play a crucial role in realizing those opportunities. You’ll learn how proven AI models can drive member growth and greater efficiencies in the lending process while also more accurately determining a member’s true credit risk; plus:
- Emerging opportunities for growing your auto loan portfolio by leveraging AI in areas that were previously difficult for CUs to access.
- How AI models can drive greater operational efficiencies by increasing automation in your lending process, while also providing near zero fraud levels.
- How AI-enabled credit decisions can lead to higher approval rates while reducing losses in your auto loan portfolio.
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|Jeff Keltner | SVP Business Development | Upstart
Jeff Keltner SVP Business Development Upstart Jeff Keltner is the senior vice president of business development at Upstart. With Upstart, banks and other lenders can leverage Upstart’s AI platform in the form of a white-labeled lending application to power their own lending programs. Jeff joined Upstart after spending 6 years at Google. He launched and built the Google Apps for Education business, growing market share from zero to almost 70% in its first four years. Jeff spearheaded marketing efforts for Google Apps in Global 2000 accounts and led sales, business development, and go-to-market strategy for the launch of Chrome devices in the education and enterprise sectors. He spent several years in direct sales at IBM, always exceeding quota, and was a founding engineer and lead UI developer at SSB Technologies. Jeff holds a BS in Computer Systems Engineering from Stanford University.