The Auto Finance Summit is pleased to welcome Pete Carey, president of Mazda Financial Services and vice president at Toyota Financial Services, to the 2020 speaker faculty. The 2020 virtual event is Oct. 20-22, with the live executive panel kicking things off on Oct. 20 at 11 a.m. ET. The Summit has for 20 years provided an opportunity for experts to come together to discuss challenges facing the industry.
Carey will join fellow senior executives from some of the largest auto financiers to discuss the industry’s trajectory and strategies for overcoming looming challenges and the dynamic credit cycle. The panel also includes Chrysler Capital’s Shawn Allgood, Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.’s Kevin Cullum, USAA Bank’s Renee Horne and Bank of America’s Tim Owens.
Carey oversees all aspects of Toyota Financial Services’ private label business and the relationship with Mazda Motor of America, Inc. Before leading Mazda Financial Services, he served as group vice president of Toyota Financial’s service operations and was chairman of the Board of Directors at Toyota Financial Savings Bank, where he oversaw a wide range of customer and dealer service functions.
Prior to his current role, Carey also oversaw 800 team members in 30 field offices and three regional offices as Toyota Financial Services’ group vice president of sales, marketing, insurance and product. He also was vice president and general manager of Toyota Motor Sales’ San Francisco region.
Carey has held multiple positions within Toyota Financial since joining the company in 1993. His accomplishments include maximizing acquisitions and building relationships with key stakeholders and division partners while serving as vice president of sales. Under his leadership as corporate manager of commercial finance, that area of TFS delivered a $100 million year-over-year turnaround in 2011.
Learn more and register for the Auto Finance Summit to participate in important discussions as the auto finance industry continues to face challenges and uncertainty amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source : AutoFinanceNews