White Clarke Group auto fintech summit hosts top captive execs in London

White Clarke Group chairman Ed White hold his Technology Hall Of Fame 2018 award at the International Auto Finance Network conference.
LONDON - 

Senior executives at captive auto finance companies from around the globe recently gathered to discuss and debate the latest developments in FinTech in the auto finance industry at White Clarke Group’s third Auto Captives Summit held at The Shard, London in late January.

The centered on providing attendees with real-world examples for success in the transforming digital world of automotive finance and practical advice on how to react to ever-changing market and technology trends, White Clarke Group said.

“David Slider, Group EVP at White Clarke Group opened the day with a warm Texan welcome before setting the theme for the day by encouraging delegates to 'Think Bigger' as we find ourselves living in a ‘world of wonder’,” the company said in a news release.

This year’s other speakers included Royce Curtin, managing director of global intelligence at Barclays Bank; Toby Woolf, big data automotive leader at IBM; Andy Hinrichs, chief executive officer and founder at AutoGravity; Irfon Watkins, CEO at DOVU; David Betteley, director at Marknad; and Toby Kernon, CEO at Wagonex.

White Clarke Group said senior industry executives in attendance came from companies such as BMW Financial Services, Daimler Financial Services, FCA Automotive Services, Ford Credit, Opel Vauxhall Finance, Honda Finance, Hyundai Capital, Jaguar Land Rover, Mazda Finance, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, PSA Finance, RCI Financial Services, Tesla Motors, Toyota Financial Services, Volkswagen Financial Services and Volvo Financial Services.

Additionally, this month, White Clarke Group also announced that chairman Ed White has been awarded the International Auto Finance Network Technology Hall Of Fame 2018 award in recognition of his contribution to the industry.

The International Auto Finance Network conference also took place in London. White Clarke Group said more than 300 delegates from the industry met for the sold-out conference late last month.

White founded White Clarke Group in 1992 with his business partner, the late Dara Clarke.

In addition to many technological start-ups, the company said White is an active investor in automotive and specialist financial service companies.


У нашей фирмы популярный веб сайт с информацией про Контент для сайта.

Today's top headlines

X