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The AFSA Pulse initiative is moving forward with active engagement from several large auto finance companies. We are very excited about developing and refining the service to support AFSA Members and the association. With your input and guidance, we have built new data views including Marketing Data and Maps. This adds a whole new dimension to the platform to evaluate current and new markets while reducing reliance on other third-party data sources.

AFSA Pulse was conceived with user participation and feedback in mind, and the suggestions we have received clearly demonstrate the value of collaboration between all stakeholders. Please stop by and visit with us at the Vehicle Finance Conference. We look forward to sharing our vision with you and hearing your suggestions. You may also schedule a demonstration anytime from the AFSA Pulse website.

AFSA Pulse Initiative Moving Forward
Feb 05, 2020

The AFSA Pulse initiative is moving forward with active engagement from several large auto finance companies. We are very excited about developing and refining the service to support AFSA Members and the association. With your input and Read the rest

Session Spotlight | Data Privacy: Who’s in the Driver’s Seat?
Feb 03, 2020

Today’s connected cars and tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles demonstrate the commercial opportunities for collecting personal data. The questions: Who should control the use of that data? The company or the customer?

Tami … Read the rest

February Featured Partner | White Clarke Group
Feb 01, 2020

White Clarke Group is February’s Featured Partner.

White Clarke Group is an award-winning provider of loan origination, loan servicing, and floorplan finance software for the automotive, consumer and asset finance sectors. CALMS’Read the rest

House Passes Credit Reporting Bill Unhelpful to Consumers
Jan 30, 2020

The American Financial Services Association is disappointed that Members of the House last night (January 29) approved H.R. 3621, “The Comprehensive CREDIT Act”, which actually harms the very consumers Congress claims toRead the rest

LISTEN | Stan Butler on the AFSA Extra Credit Podcast
Jan 30, 2020

In this episode of the AFSA Extra Credit Podcast, we’re speaking with Stan Butler, President & CEO of Heights Finance. We talk a bit about the difference Stan sees in banks versus consumer credit companies like Heights. We also… Read the rest

AFSA Files Amicus Brief in Massachusetts Mortgage Case
Jan 28, 2020

The American Financial Services Association (AFSA), along with several other trade associations, submitted an amicus brief in Thompson v. JPMorgan Chase Bank on January 22, a case currently being heard in the Massachusetts Supreme JudicialRead the rest

The Borrower’s Digital Lending Journey
Jan 27, 2020

Join us on February 20 at 2:00 p.m. ET for The Borrower’s Digital Journey, presented by REPAY.

Studies of customer feedback tell us that more and more customers prefer self-service options and value flexibility and convenience when… Read the rest

AFSA, Trades Comment on TRID RFI
Jan 24, 2020

The American Financial Services Association, along with a number of other trade associations, submitted a comment this week (January 20th) in response to a Request for Information (RFI) from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)Read the rest

Scam Alert: Conference Lists & Accommodations
Jan 24, 2020

The American Financial Services Association has learned about two scams that people and/or companies are offering to AFSA members.

First, companies are emailing AFSA Members offering conference attendee lists, lodging reservations,Read the rest

Top Ten Debt Collections Issues in 2020
Jan 23, 2020

The American Financial Services Association on January 22 hosted the Top Ten Debt Collections Issues in 2020 webinar, with Kelly Knepper-Stephens, VP of Legal and Compliance, TrueAccord, Caren Enloe, Partner, Smith Debnam, and Ethan Ostroff,Read the rest

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