U.S. Bank CFO of dealer services Dan Brogan joins AFS speaker faculty


Dan Brogan

Dan Brogan, chief financial officer of dealer services at U.S. Bank, will join Peter Muriungi, chief executive officer at Chase Auto, and Mahesh Aditya, president and chief executive officer at Santander Consumer USA, at the Auto Finance Summit at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28, at the Wynn Las Vegas to discuss the industry’s return to rate-driven hyper-competition.

With 24 years of financial experience, Brogan brings valuable insight to the executive panel about how lenders can approach the changing landscape of the auto industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brogan has spent the last 20 years at U.S. Bank, where he served as a financial analyst, assistant vice president of finance, vice president of finance and senior vice president of finance before his role as chief financial officer of dealer services, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to his career at the bank, he was a financial analyst at Lincoln Financial Group.

With $27.6 billion in outstandings, U.S. Bank Dealer Services was the 16th-largest auto lender in 2020. The captive originated $12.9 billion in auto loans last year, according to the 2021 Big Wheels Auto Finance Data report.

The Auto Finance Summit gives attendees the chance to network with some of the best minds of the auto finance industry while gaining valuable information on current industry trends. The Summit will cover topics such as risk management, technology innovations, and compliance and regulation.

More information on the 2021 Auto Finance Summit is available here. Register for the Summit here.

Source : AutoFinanceNews