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Chase Auto Finance Honors Top Auto Auctions

Chase Auto Finance recognized eight auctions across the country for their performance

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Auto Originations Reached $367.7 Billion in 2011, New Report Says

Ally Financial takes the top spot in Auto Finance News’ Big Wheels ranking, an annual report that ranks car lenders and lessors.

Chase Extends Finance Offerings to Aston Martin

Chase Auto Finance is now the exclusive provider for Aston Martin’s first U.S. retail subvention program.

Chase Extends Financing Program to FIAT Dealers

Chase Auto Finance will extend the consumer financing program it launched for Chrysler dealers to FIAT dealers.

Chase, Subaru Extend Captive Lender Agreement

Chase Auto Finance renews its relationship with Subaru of America and will be the automaker’s captive finance company for another five years.

Chase Launches Financing Program For Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram Customers

Chase Auto Finance launched of a new consumer financing program that includes retail subvention financing for Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram Truck vehicles.

Ally Financial Largest U.S. Auto Finance Company, Report Finds

Ally Financial seized on a market buoyed by new loan originations to claim the title of largest auto finance company in the United States in 2010, according to the new Auto Finance Big Wheels annual ranking of car lenders and lessors.

Chase Hires Randy Beil to Head Vehicle Remarketing

Chase has named industry veteran Randy Beil as vice president and national manager of its vehicle remarketing group. His team is responsible for selling repossessed and off-lease vehicles to consumers and through dealer, Internet and auction channels.

Chase Opens New Auto Finance Office in Des Moines

Chase Auto Finance announced Monday that it opened a new Custom Finance office in Des Moines, Iowa, to serve the subprime financing needs of dealers in the central Plains area.

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Subprime's Fundamental Problem

With more than 40 percent of the buying public now in the lower credit tiers, could franchised dealers be missing out on a prime opportunity?