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F&I Trainer Shaka Dyson Bringing F&I 20 Group to F&I Think Tank 2017
F&I Think Tank Heads to Dallas With Arroyo at the Helm
EFG Companies Launches Virtual F&I Service

EFG Companies Launches Virtual F&I Service

The F&I product provider rolled out a new virtual F&I model aimed at powersports and independent dealers, but the executive overseeing the service offered several scenarios in which Simplicity Finance and Insurance can help franchised dealers.

June 7, 2017

Wise F&I Product Suite Now Available Through MaximTrak

Wise F&I’s voluntary protection products are now accessible through MaximTrak, a RouteOne company. According to officials, connecting the firm's F&I protections to MaximTrak’s F&I menu system demonstrates its focus on compliance, technology and simplicity for the customer.

March 20, 2017

American Financial Adds Trainer to F&I University Staff

John "The F&I Professor" Vecchioni has joined American Financial & Automotive Services, the company announced this week. He will serve as a trainer for F&I University, a division of the company's Automotive Training Academy.

August 9, 2016

F&I Dealer of the Year: Nomination Deadline Extended
2014 F&I Dealer of the Year Added to F&I Think Tank Roster
Dealer Summit 2016 to Host F&I Think Tank

Dealer Summit 2016 to Host F&I Think Tank

The one-day preshow event was created in partnership with Ethical F&I Managers, a more than 5,000-member Facebook group created by F&I and Showroom’s ‘Mad’ Marv Eleazer. It’s scheduled for Tuesday, May 3, at the Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk Hotel.

January 15, 2016

Wise F&I Adds to Sales Team

Wise F&I Adds to Sales Team

The F&I product provider announced the hiring of Amy Counts as an account executive. The 18-year industry veteran has served in various roles at Reynolds and Reynolds and RouteOne.

January 6, 2016

Auto Loan and Lease Balances Top $1 Trillion, Equifax Reports

The auto finance industry originated nine million auto loans through the first four months of year, totaling $182.9 billion. Equifax said these were the highest levels for this time of year since it began tracking auto finance data.

August 11, 2015