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CUDL Credit Unions Now No. 2 Auto Finance Source

The more than 1,000 credit unions using CU Direct’s CUDL Lending Platform have generated one million loans year to date, surpassing Ally Bank in loans originated this year.

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Carleton Announces New Suite of Lending Software

The suite includes the latest upgrades to the firm’s LoanSmart Solutions, which have been adopted by major lending software providers for more than 20 years. The offerings also meet the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s third-party vendor compliance recommendations and consumer privacy and security requirements.

Edmunds, CUneXus Partner to Develop New Car-Buying Solutions

Edmunds is teaming with CUneXus to build new shopping and purchasing solutions. The latter offers a “click-to-accept” consumer loan platform that allows finance sources to deliver loan offers to in-market consumers through their mobile devices.

Fifth Third Bank to Cap Dealer Markups

The CFPB and DOJ announced two actions against Fifth Third Bank on Monday, one of which requires the finance source to pay $18 million in restitution to minority auto loan borrowers, as well as limit its dealer partners’ ability to markup interest rates on auto loans.

CFPB Says Santander Violated Fair Lending Laws

The CFPB has notified the Department of Justice that Santander Consumer USA’s auto lending practices have allegedly violated fair lending laws, according to a regulatory filing.

GM Financial's Penetration of GM Retail Sales Grows Globally in Q2

GM Financial's transformation from subprime finance source to GM's captive finance company continued in the second quarter, with GM new-vehicle loans and leases accounting for 83.5% of total originations during the period.

AutoStar Solutions Shares Top Credit Reporting Mistakes

AutoStar's Richard Hudson shares the five most common mistakes dealers and lenders make when notified of a credit reporting dispute.

CFPB Preparing to Cite Three Captives, American Banker Reports

According to proposed consent orders obtained by American Banker, Honda, Nissan and Toyota’s captive finance companies could soon be on the hook for dealer participation policies.

CFPB: Consumers Will Soon Receive Ally Payout

A CFPB official disclosed in a June 15 blog post that the administrator of the Ally settlement fund has begun contacting and mailing checks to borrowers who were affected by Ally’s alleged discriminatory auto lending policies.

CFPB Finalizes Proposal to Oversee Nonbank Auto Finance Companies

The CFPB finalized today its proposal to oversee nonbank auto finance companies. The finalized rule will take effect 60 days after publication in the Federal Register.