Registration now open for 2022 Auto Finance Summit


The Auto Finance News team is pleased to announce registration is now open for the 2022 Auto Finance Summit, set for Oct. 26-28 at the Wynn Las Vegas.

The annual Summit is the premiere event in the auto lending and leasing industry, drawing attendees from the full spectrum of lending. Participants will have a chance to network with a diverse group of executives from banks, credit unions, floorplan lenders, dealerships and service providers.

The 22nd annual Auto Finance Summit agenda will cover crucial industry topics, such as continued supply chain constraints, high used-vehicle values, technology advancements, rising interest rates and increased cost of funds. The event speaker faculty attracts the industry’s leading experts, providing attendees with necessary insights and strategies to maneuver in the year ahead.

This year’s event will feature a fireside chat with Tanya Sanders, head of auto Wells  Fargo, who was named one of Auto Finance News’ executives to watch in 2021 after taking the reins of the San Francisco bank’s auto arm. An industry veteran, Sanders has made a name for herself as a leader in diversity and inclusion efforts and technology advancements while paving the way for women in the industry. Her 23 years of experience spans roles at Bank of America, Chase Auto and General Electric. She joined Wells Fargo in 2019.

The Women in Auto Finance Luncheon also returns this year, led by Amy Brooks, national sales director at Chase Auto. Brooks, a 27-year auto industry veteran, oversees retail and commercial business for dealer services at the New York-based bank’s auto arm, where she is responsible for maintaining and expanding thousands of dealer relationships.

The 2022 Summit includes networking opportunities to connect industry participants, along with workshops and concurrent sessions. Fan favorites, such as the Executive Dialogue, and the Auto Finance Excellence Awards, are also returning.

Learn more and register for the Auto Finance Summit here.


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