This week, we have a very special crossover with The Ex-GE Podcast, a show where Joel and Tom Wolf of Visular interview GE alums from the Jack Welch Era about what made GE a special place to work, learn and grow.
Joel is joined by President of Resolvion, Jose Mendiola, to discuss how third-party oversight was a game changer in the repo forwarding industry, how repo moratoriums impacted the entire repo ecosystem, and why consolidation in the space may cause pricing pressures down the line.
Joel is joined by State National’s Vice President of Finance Company Markets, Mark Baltuska, to talk about how big and small companies alike use their innovative product to mitigate loses from uninsured drivers, how the industry has evolved to taking the burden off the lenders, and much more.
Joel is joined by Spartan Financial’s President, Mark VanGeison, and Senior Manager of Asset-based Lending, Jimmy Rambo, to discuss the importance in metrics outside of ‘loan to value’ to maintain a portfolio
Joel is joined by Bryan Nieves, Vice President of National Accounts at AUL Corp., to discuss innovations in service contracts and warranties that have made it a powerful lender tool and new innovations in collateral loss mitigation, including ‘Unlimited Time’ and ‘Tech Only’ products.
Joel sits down with FNI Incorporated President, David Bafumo, to discuss what to expect on the delinquency front as government stimulus payments dry up, the growing importance of ‘proof of income’ during the approval process, and the major points Joel discussed with CFPB representatives.
Joel sits down with Joe Cioffi, Chair of the Insolvency, Creditors’ Rights + Financial Products Practice Group at Davis + Gilbert, to chat about the rising regulatory focus on disparate impact lending practices, why we may be headed for a big surge in repossessions, and more!
Joel is joined by Paul Machin, Black Book’s Director of Strategic Accounts, to talk about how the ‘K-shaped’ economic recovery, moratoriums in credit, and shortage in new and used vehicle inventory are creating a ‘Perfect Storm’ in the auto market and how to read the tea leaves to stay ahead.
Joel is joined by J. Patrick Altes, of the Repo America Podcast and Kevin Carr, SVP of Financial Services at PassTimeGPS, to discuss the evolution and future of GPS recovery technology, the importance of disclosure and how governmental changes may affect the repossession ecosystem.
Joel is joined by Solutions by Text CEO, Danny Cantrell, to discuss the company’s focus on compliance, how American Idol helped inspire the idea behind the product, and how Solutions by Text can be a powerful component of the Omni Channel toolbox.
Joel is joined by NAF Executive Director, Jack Tracey, in a conversation with Steve Burke, CEO of AGORA Data, to talk about how crowd sourced securitization can create more access to capital for smaller lenders.
Joel speaks with Rudy ‘El Patronn’ Tremenio, NYC auto sales legend and managing partner at Sunrise Chevrolet, to talk about his inspirational story, the new remote normal of the auto sales industry, and why you should be optimistic about 2021.
Joel is joined by Carissa Robb, President and COO of Constant.Ai, to discuss the importance of non-traditional credit attributes outside of FICO scores, how blanket policies can lead to poor forbearance decisions and a rundown of Carissa’s recent article in the Non Prime Times
Joel is joined by Eric Johnson, Partner at Hudson Cook and National Auto Finance Board Member, to discuss his recent article “What Does a Biden/Harris Administration Mean for Auto Sales and Finance?” and how the new direction and leadership can impact the industry in 2021 and beyond.
Making the right call on software to help your corporate support group run more smoothly is tough, no matter what part of the business you’re beholden to…whether it be Human Resources, Sales or Accounting.
Fraud expert and Chief Strategist at Point Predictive, Frank McKenna, joins Joel to talk about 2020 fraud trends including the unprecedented tax payer losses from COVID relief programs, how masks can lead to identity theft and the benefits of fraud consortiums.