Tag Search Result

financial reform

Counselor Library Updates ‘F&I Legal Desk Book’

CounselorLibrary.com, the publisher of automobile financing and leasing legal compliance services, has updated its popular "F&I Legal Desk Book." The book, written by Thomas B. Hudson and the lawyers of Hudson Cook LLP, gives readers 360 things to know about auto dealer finance laws and regulations.

Read more

Dissecting Financial Reform

The magazine’s Legal columnist answered some questions about the Dodd-Frank legislation — and raised several more of his own — during an hour-long presentation at the F&I Conference and Expo.

Lost in Translation

If you think dealers have won exemption from financial reform, read on. The magazine’s legal experts team up to translate this highly anticipated legislation.

NADA: Financial Reform Law Keeps Auto Financing Affordable and Accessible

With President Obama’s signature, the most significant overhaul of the nation’s financial system is now law and with it, consumers will still be able to find competitive financing options at auto dealerships.

Auto Dealers Excluded From Wall Street Bill

House and Senate conference committee negotiators voted last Friday to exclude auto dealers from sweeping legislation to overhaul the nation’s financial system.

No Time to Celebrate

Despite the industry’s victory in May regarding finance reform, F&I’s legal experts say that business as usual is still under fire.

Initial House ‘Offer’ on Wall Street Bill Preserves Dealer-Assisted Financing

In a crucial step forward today in conference committee negotiations, Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.), chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, included the Brownback/Campbell auto dealer language in the House’s initial offer to the Wall Street reform bill.

Where Do You Stand?

The F&I Forum comes up with a starting point for finance reform. The editor offers his opinion as well.

Where Do You Stand?

The F&I Forum comes up with a starting point for finance reform. The editor offers his opinion as well.

Read more

Dealers Move Closer to Exemption From Wall Street Reform

The United States Senate demonstrated bipartisan support for auto dealers on Monday, voting 60-30 to approve a “motion to instruct” lawmakers to include the Brownback Amendment in future versions of the financial regulation bill.

a Bobit media brand

Create your free Bobit Connect account to bookmark content.

The secure and easy all-access connection to your content.
Bookmarked content can then be accessed anytime on all of your logged in devices!

Create Account