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Credit Union Journal  |  Monday, Decemer 10, 2012

Special Report: Auto Lending With so many cars damaged by Superstorm Sandy, credit unions in the Northeast are seeing a surge in auto loans, creating a bounty of volume, but also a number of challenges related to inflated pricing, problematic collateral and other issues.

Auto Sales Surge In Wake Of Superstorm Sandy

Customers who walk into the Millennium Honda showroom these days take a number, just like shopping in a bakery. Contrary to the typical scenario in which a salesman meets someone as soon as they step on the lot, the wait for service can sometimes be hours for a sales consultant.

Lenders Map Strategies To Deal With Auto Loan Surge

Amid the tragedy that surrounds so many lives and businesses in the Northeast, Hurricane Sandy will have some positive effects on the economy.

Auto Collateral May Require Deeper Look Under Hood

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, lenders, particularly those in the Northeast, are being cautioned to pay closer attention to the condition of auto loan collateral, especially in looking for signs of flood damage.

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Icing Your Regulator
NCUA Supervisory Examiner Justin Burleson allowed Minnesota credit union leaders to douse him with ice water at MnCUN's Fall Leadership Conference. Burleson was participating in the "Ice Bucket Challenge" a social media phenomenon to raise awareness for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
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