Organizers of the 23rd annual Non-Prime Auto Financing Conference hosted by the National Automotive Finance Association have solidified their agenda that covers an array of topics again this year.
From the NAF Association/AFSA Non-Prime Auto Financing Survey and a look at the auto ABS market to what’s being dubbed as “Fraud Friday,” this year’s event contains three days of informational presentations and networking opportunities, beginning on June 5 in Plano, Texas.
“The program is very good. It covers many aspects of non-prime auto financing,” NAF Association executive director Jack Tracey said.
Some of the experts slated to share their insights during the conference include:
— Ben Werner, FICO
— Amy Martin and Rahel Avigdor, S&P Global Ratings
— Jonathan Smoke, Cox Automotive
— Chris Burt, GM Financial
— Michelle Whatley, Exeter Finance
— Eric Johnson, Hudson Cook
— Mark Edelman, McGlinchey Stafford
— Penny Campbell, Jefferson Capital Systems
— Kip Cochran, Texas Dealer Solutions
— Sharon Mancero, Wells Fargo Preferred Capital
— Kelly Blankenship and Richard Hudson, Ignite Consulting Partners
— Frank McKenna, PointPredictive
— Joe Cioffi, Davis & Gilbert
— Josh Wortman, General Forensics
Also, graduates of the NAF Association’s Certified Consumer Credit Compliance Professional Program can earn up to eight credits toward recertification during the conference.
Complete agenda and registration details are available at www.nafassociation.com.