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Crack the Credit Union Code

Is your local credit union a friend or a foe? The magazine’s resident F&I wiz offers a four-step process you can use to unlock a powerful new auto finance source.

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Subprime Pullback Continues in Q2

The auto finance market is a trillion-dollar industry. It’s also very much a prime market, with subprime financing remaining at near-record lows in the second quarter.

CU Direct Partners With Inventory Command Center

ICC’s Command Center software enables CU Direct to more easily manage the 2.5 million vehicles in dealer partner inventory on the AutoSMART platform and shopping site.

CUDL: Credit Unions Capitalizing on Bank Retreat

Credit unions and captives continued to take advantage of the pullback by banks in the second quarter. The message coming out of CU Direct (CUDL)’s Sept. 28 webcast is that credit unions need to act fast before banks reconfigure their strategies.

Combating CUs

Top trainer tells an F&I pro from San Antonio to stop fighting credit unions and join them. He also reveals three reasons most CU members should choose dealership financing.

CUDL: Subprime Pullback Opens Door for Credit Unions

With banks retreating from all risk tiers, an executive with CU Direct Lending said the auto finance market is primed for credit unions to pick up more share. In the first quarter, credit unions grew their share of the market by 4%.

CUDL Holds Onto No. 2 Spot in Auto Finance Rankings

The more than 1,000 credit unions on CU Direct’s lending platforms maintained their No. 2 spot on Experian’s auto finance leaderboard in January. And with plateauing demand for new vehicles expected to drive up pre-owned sales, the market appears ripe for credit unions to reap further market share gains.

CU Direct Claims $30 Billion in Auto Loans, Pays Cash Dividend

Credit unions funded 1.4 million loans through CU Direct’s Lending 360 and CUDL lending platform, generating a record $30 billion in credit union auto loans in 2016 and surpassing the $26 billion in loans the company funded in 2015.

Balancing Act

We hate to burst your bubble, but there is no bubble to burst. Auto finance expert breaks down the third-quarter results.

Carvana Partners With Two Georgia Credit Unions

In two separate announcements, Carvana today announced that it has partnered with Associated Credit Union and LGE Community Credit Union to offer their members access to certified and competitively priced vehicles through an online car-buying experience.