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CFPB Director Highlights Role in Financial Education
Nov 25, 2019

Kraninger told Yahoo that she is “proud of the agency’s work on educating U.S. consumers about healthy saving habits.” “Savings is the unique aspect that really helps people in their financial well-being,” Kraninger said in a video of her discussion with Yahoo! Finance editors.

NCLC’s Flawed Debt Collection Report
Nov 19, 2019

Listen to the AFSA Extra Credit Podcast EXTRA for AFSA Senior Vice President Danielle Fagre Arlowe's take on the NCLC Report.

AFSA Extra Credit Podcast EXTRA | Danielle Fagre Arlowe on Misguided NCLC Report
Nov 19, 2019

In this EXTRA, AFSA Senior Vice President Danielle Fagre Arlowe talks about the recent report from the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC). We point out some of the areas where the report falls short and talk about AFSA's response. Listen to all the episodes of the AFSA Extra Credit Podcast at afsaonline.org/podcast.

Is China in the Driver’s Seat? | AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference & Expo
Nov 18, 2019

Ongoing trade negotiations, slowing economic growth and complex internal political challenges keep the world’s largest developing consumer marketplace center stage. How do China's internal and external challenges impact the auto industry?

AFSA Members, Staff Featured in 2019 Women in Auto Finance
Nov 14, 2019

Earlier this fall, the Auto Finance Journal named its “2019 Women in Auto Finance.” In all, 13 women were honored, several of them AFSA members; Celia Winslow, AFSA’s Vice President of Legal & Regulatory Affairs was among them.

More Efficiency, Less Risk: new facets to auto loan portfolio management
Nov 13, 2019

Join us on Wednesday December 11 at 2:00 p.m. ET for More Efficiency, Less Risk: new facets to auto loan portfolio management, presented by Experian.

The Rest of the Story on the WSJ’s Debt Consolidation Article
Nov 11, 2019

Over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal published a story entitled “More Borrowers Are Going Underwater on Car Loans.” The story dramatizes the experiences of a handful of consumers who have refinanced their auto loan or rolled a previous loan balance onto a new loan, and how this activity has affected their financial outlooks.

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