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Fiat Chrysler to Establish Captive Finance Company

The automaker's chief executive told investors today that the company will establish its own captive finance company by 2022. One option being considered is the purchase of Chrysler Capital from Santander Consumer USA, which is five years into the 10-year preferred financing agreement it signed with FCA in 2013.

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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.

NMAC President Named Infiniti Executive

Mark Kaczynski, president of Nissan’s captive finance company since December 2011, was named vice president of administration and finance for the automaker’s Infiniti luxury brand. Replacing him as president of NMAC is Nissan Canada Finance’s Kevin Cullum.

ChannelNet Transforms Hyundai Capital’s Dealer Portal Into Real-Time Sales Tool

Launched in 2016, the portal acts as a cross-channel, integrated platform that applies ‘customer-centric principles’ to the dealer staff experience, officials said. Usage is role based, personalized and mobile friendly.

Q4 2015 Outstanding Loan Balances Reach Highest Level on Record, Experian Reports

Outstanding auto loan balances totaled $987 billion in the fourth quarter 2015, up 11.5% from the year-ago period and the highest level since Experian Automotive began publicly tracking the data in 2006.

Lincoln, Ford Captives Rank Highest in Customer Satisfaction, J.D. Power Reports

The firm’s annual Consumer Financing Satisfaction Study showed that Lincoln Financial Services led the way in the luxury segment, while Ford Credit ranked highest in the mass market segment.

Auto Loan and Lease Balances Top $1 Trillion, Equifax Reports

The auto finance industry originated nine million auto loans through the first four months of year, totaling $182.9 billion. Equifax said these were the highest levels for this time of year since it began tracking auto finance data.

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.

Ally to Replace Mitsubishi’s Captive Finance Arm

Ally Financial and Mitsubishi Motors North America have announced that Ally will become the preferred financing source for Mitsubishi Motors in the United States, replacing the brand's captive finance company.