Daimler Financial Services grew its portfolio 6% year over year to $174.6 billion USD (139.9 billion Euro) in 2017, amid the company’s strong push into mobility services, according to the company’s fo...
BMW i Ventures’ recent investment in Fair — a used-car, no commitment leasing app — might evolve into a “strategic business partnership,” Fair Co-Founder Georg Bauer said at the Auto Finance Summit. “There are ways of turning this monetary investment into a strategic business partnership,” Bauer said, adding that, for now, it is “a starting point” […]
Toyota Financial Services has solicited the white-label mobility service provider Launch Mobility, to jointly create a new short-term rental program for rideshare drivers, the companies announced today. The unnamed service will use off-lease vehicles in the program and is expected to begin as a pilot in Southern California by yearend. Last Updated: 15th November, 2017, 12:49 PM
LAS VEGAS — Goldman Sachs & Co. is mulling how to structure new ownership and investment models as lenders eye a mobility-focused future in which financial institutions are lending more for fleets of vehicles rather than for individual service contracts. “You’ll see more transition to institutions becoming fleet managers,” Robert McDonald, vice president of structured […]
LAS VEGAS — General Motors Financial Co. will be the commercial lender for General Motors Co.’s new fleet of autonomous Chevrolet Bolts, which will be introduced onto the streets of Manhattan in early 2018, Auto Finance Newshas learned. The exclusive news came from the captive’s President and Chief Executive Dan Berce during a fireside chat at […]
Volvo Financial Services is still an “untapped potential” for Volvo Group and is key to deepening the relationship with customers, Chief Executive Martin Lundstedt said in the OEM’s third-quarter earnings report last Friday. Last Updated: 23rd October, 2017, 11:24 AM