An Indirect Object Of Affection

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Credit unions held more than $102 billion in indirect auto loans Nationwide as of June 2014, according to Callahan Associates. That’s the largest balance in the past 10 years. Indirect lending offers benefits such as serving new members the credit union might not otherwise have reached and the opportunity to deepen relationships with members who come through the channel.

Building a strong indirect program require dues diligence and the ability to cultivate relationships. That’s why this Callahan Collection showcases the strategies different credit unions employ to improve the efficiency of indirect lending, establish contact with local auto dealerships, and enhance dealer partnerships.


February 1, 2015

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