Car Sales are Down – What’s Your Credit Union Doing About It?

In a recent report from US News, auto sales in the month of April were off 45% from the previous year, clearly due to coronavirus. During the same...


Focus on Tightening Your Credit Union’s Indirect Lending Processes More than Underwriting

While indirect lending is still a major part of many credit unions’ auto loan portfolios, a report from CU Times showed they were slowing heading...


Credit Union Auto Lending that’s Built to Last

As the coronavirus pandemic lingers on, we all look forward to seeing our new normal. Many companies have had to change how they’ve done business,...


4 Ways to Win Auto Dealers’ Car Loan Business

In our recent Dealer Panel Webinar, our very own Derica Demint, VP of Corporate Enablement, spoke with Rick Ricart of the Ricart Automotive Group,...


Opportunities Abound for Credit Union and Banks During Tough Economies

The unthinkable happened this year. The coronavirus put booming economies on their ear, and we are adjusting to the new normal. How do we do our...


4 Keys to Success in Dealer Relationships

Auto loans were slightly down last year from recent years, but they’re still near all-time highs. As the market has flattened, and may soon...

What a Dealer Wants in its Lenders

Offering loans through auto dealerships has been a long-proven way of financing automobile purchases for the American public. It makes the...


Relationships with Dealers are Key in Indirect Lending

In our ever-evolving digital world, relationships sometimes seem to be more with our computer screens and our phones rather than with the human...


Expand Your Risk Appetite and Lessen Risk to Serve More Borrowers

Credit unions and community banks come to us for a variety of reasons, whether it’s serving more underserved communities or expanding their...