With over 350 people in attendance the conference provided a two-track menu of session offerings directed at the theme of Reimagining Non-Prime Auto Financing
Highlights of the conference included:
- Presenters from Great Places to Work and Google spoke on company culture and team effectiveness
- Noted industry professional, Charlie Vogelheim, spoke on the future of auto finance
- Key challenges facing the industry were addressed in panel sessions on industry funding, vehicle values and alternative data usage and regulation
- Regular conference contributors, Tom Webb, Manheim/Cox Automotive’s Chief Economist, and Amy Martin, Senior Director at Standard & Poor’s, provided their popular annual used car / economic forecast and an overview of the auto ABS market
- The NAF Association Legal Committee presented a comprehensive overview of regulatory and litigation developments affecting non-prime auto financing
An overview of the NAF/AFSA annual non-prime auto financing survey was also presented during the conference. Survey content from 50 contributing sub-prime auto financing companies has continued to increase and data contributions by TransUnion and FactorTrust have further improved the value of 50+ page report. The report will be released June 30th and made available to non-members for $500. The report can be purchased through the Association’s website, www.nafassociation.com.
The 2017 conference has been scheduled for May 31 to June 2, 201 7 and will be held in the Dallas area at a location to be announced.
The Association thanks all involved for the success of this year’s conference.
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