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Economic and Lending Trends Webcast Recap: Continued Low Unemployment, Recession Fears Wane, But Subprime Auto Lending a Concern

Economic and Lending Trends Webcast Recap: Continued Low Unemployment, Recession Fears Wane, But Subprime Auto Lending a Concern

The U.S. economy is in a “Goldilocks” state of low unemployment and sustained, if unspectacular, growth, but Dr. Elliott Eisenberg warned of a potential trouble spot in subprime auto lending. Eisenberg, an internationally acclaimed economist who has appeared at numerous CU Direct Drive Conferences, spoke during our December quarterly Economic and Lending Trends webinar. During…

New White Paper Explores The Dealer Value Proposition, Reveals Opportunities to Increase Relevance in Credit Union Indirect Auto Lending

New White Paper Explores The Dealer Value Proposition, Reveals Opportunities to Increase Relevance in Credit Union Indirect Auto Lending

Published in Auto Lending

The next few years will bring notable changes to the auto finance industry. First, shrinking new car sales will make the auto retail market even more competitive, resulting in front-end grosses decreasing further. Dealers will intially react by implementing cost controls and reducing expenses.  Then, they’ll reexamine other parts of their business to find new…