Archive for auto loans
Hoping to snag as many auto loans as possible while rates are low, one credit union is willing to pursue those with no credit history — provided they take a financial literacy course.
2 in 3 credit union execs see loan growth as critical to putting their organization on the path for growth in 2013. More than half think auto loans are the ticket.
How one small credit union reversed its course and is experiencing an impressive number of new loans.
After running up record debt during the bubble economy, young adults shed substantially more debt than older adults during the Great Recession and its aftermath.
If the Mayan prediction that the world will end on December 21 actually comes true, Latitude 32 Credit Union will forgive members’ new auto loans.
Using Google Trends, bank and credit union marketers can find a wealth of information right at their fingertips.
A list of what's in and what's out in the world of retail banking. Hot: big data, the underbanked, P2P payments. Not: branches, Pinterest, Gen-Y.
Lender relationships fostered under preferred programs significantly increase dealer satisfaction and the percentage of business sent to lenders.
The ING Direct brand may soon be toast... Trash dumped at BofA's doorstep... Gen-Y's financial lives dissected... Plus 41 more headlines.
A new complimentary service lets members of Neighborhood Credit Union walk away from their auto loan when they are unable to pay.
Every state in the US saw increases in the average amount borrowed for auto loans, while delinquencies fall to the lowest levels on record.
What's up with new and used car loans? What are the trends in rates? What credit scores are now required? It's all here (and a lot more) in this one special report.
What tops bank customers' wish lists… Rewards Checking customers get the boot… Consumers aren't buying banks branding… Plus 27 more headlines from around the world in financial marketing.
The keys to success in auto loan refinancing is a great direct mail list, so you can hit borrowers at the right time through the right channel with a personalized offer.
A credit union gives away a trip to Ireland as part of a three-pronged product promotion. All it takes to enter is a limerick making fun of banks.
With gas prices soaring, there's no better time to use free fuel in your financial institution's contests, giveaways and sweepstakes.
Addison Avenue FCU is targeting those who may have a problem with “bank addiction” in its latest campaign, “Bank Intervention.” The promo, produced by Weber Marketing Group, has an overall tone that is wry and
A coalition of Indiana CUs have developed an automatic savings product tied to auto loans called DriveUp Savings. With the account, you can contribute up to 10% of the amount of your loan payment to