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Chase, Jaguar Land Rover Renew Private Label Agreement

The bank has served as Jaguar Land Rover’s exclusive auto finance provider for 10 years, providing customized retail, lease and commercial financing to the automaker's more than 330 U.S. dealers through Jaguar Financial Group and Land Rover Financial Group.

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Chase Auto Finance Names New CEO

Mark O’Donovan was named CEO of Chase Auto Finance, the finance source announced today. He replaces Thasunda Duckett, who was named CEO of the finance source's consumer banking unit last month.

Enterprise, Chase to Launch Enterprise Auto Finance

The two companies announced this week a new multi-year, private-label agreement to establish Enterprise Auto Finance, which will be rolled out later this year.

Ready to Charge

Auto finance sources reveal that they, too, are focused on the customer experience, and say they are ready for what’s expected to be another great year for auto sales.

CFPB Takes Center Stage

Strong words at NADA 2014 and the Vehicle Finance Conference indicate that both sides of the rate participation debate are preparing for a long, drawn-out battle.

Chase Auto Finance Selects SkyLINK for Integrated Financing

Chase Auto Finance selected Inilex’s SkyLINK for integrated financing. The stolen vehicle recovery solution is now part of Chase’s F&I product lineup.

Compliance, Technology to Headline Vehicle Finance Conference

This year’s conference will feature Patrice Ficklin, assistant director of the CFPB’s Office of Fair Lending, as well as a candid discussion between executives from GM Financial, Toyota Financial Services and Chase Auto Finance.

Chase Renews Agreement With Jaguar Land Rover

Renewal ensures stable, consistent funding for Jaguar Land Rover North America dealers for an additional five years.

Chase Auto Finance Names New CEO

Chase Auto Finance promotes Thasunda Brown Duckett to CEO. She takes over for Marc Sheinbaum, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.

Dealers Optimistic About 2013, New Study Shows

A new study from Chase Auto Finance shows that more than 60 percent of dealers expect to expand payrolls in 2013, with nearly half of them expecting sales to grow 5 to 10 percent this year.