CARS & van Wagenen team for free insurance webinar

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Consolidated Asset Recovery Systems (CARS), a technology and services company that works with finance companies to help streamline the repossession and remarketing process, is hosting a free webinar focused on insurance claims and protecting finance company investments.

The session, in conjunction with van Wagenen, will begin at 1 p.m. ET on April 25. The webinar features a pair of van Wagenen executives: Jeff Anderson, who is vice president of recovery and risk management, and Neil Hall, who is sales manager.

The event is titled, “Hitting Foul Balls When it Comes to Insurance Claim Recoveries? Hit Grand Slams and Protect your Portfolio from Uninsured Loss!” In keeping with the baseball theme, Anderson and Hall will share insights regarding:

•  Load the bases by understanding the different types of damage claims, how they impact your bottom line and when to file a claim on damaged repossessed collateral, total loss vehicle, damaged lease vehicle returns and diminished value claims

•  Review your starting line-up on how to address these situations

•  Hit a grand slam by maximizing insurance claim recoveries through best practices

Anderson joined van Wagenen in 2010 and has an extensive background in finance, insurance and customer service, having spent time with companies including The Hartford and State Farm Insurance. His expertise is in balancing the customer experience with the need to achieve cost competitiveness through a focus on business process design, technology automation and organizational structure.

Hall also joined van Wagenen in 2010 and brings with him experience in education, finances and physics, including playing professional football in Europe, teaching high school physics, and managing risk on margin investment accounts for Royal Bank of Canada. With his vast knowledge of insurance-related products and services necessary for lenders, Hall skillfully works with agents, partners and lenders nationwide to ensure protection against risk.

To register for the webinar, go to this website.

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