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  • See how we're using live interactive training to drive smarter financial decisions and educate first-time buyers on savings, credit, financing vs. leasing and other auto finance basics as part of our KEYS® by GM Financial training ������ http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQx5G

    Partners educate new buyers about finances

    Many auto lenders have formed partnerships with universities and social organizations to create financial literacy information for first-time buyers. GM Financial, for example, worked with five MBA students at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. The students examined the strategies of indirect lenders, Jon Matthews, GM Financial's senior vice president of customer experience administration, told Automotive News.

  • GM Financial is now Blue Zone ��We strive for our employees to move more, eat well and be healthy. Learn more:http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQxXC hashtag#nutrition hashtag#wellness hashtag#fitness hashtag#healthyeating

  • Rain didn't dampen our spirits this morning at Mission Arlington, where members of our Customer Experience team volunteered for the hashtag#UnitedWay agency that has been improving lives in North Texas for more than three decades. hashtag#CultureToWin hashtag#volunteering

  • Our Chandler campus is hosting an open house/networking event on Tuesday, Sept. 18 from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. Campus tours and on the spot interviews available to those who qualify. This is a great opportunity to see our campus and engage with our leadership team!

    Register for the event: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQMfB
    Apply for jobs that start in October: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQMfF

  • Some captives have put their lease-end education tools online to improve customer satisfaction with an experience that too often leaves consumers with questions.

    Captives go online to educate consumers

    The multifaceted lease-end experience often leaves customers with questions. Now, some captives have put their lease-end education tools online to answer some of those questions ahead of time and thereby improve customer satisfaction. Ford Motor Credit, American Honda Finance and GM Financial, for example, have each launched educational videos to aid the lease-end experience.

  • GM Financial leads in lease, financing loyalty among captive lenders http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQMNh

    GM Financial leads in lease, financing loyalty among captive lenders

    GM Financial led overall manufacturer loyalty among captive lenders in 2017, the lender said Monday. Among captives, GM Financial reported the highest retention rate of customers who leased or financed a vehicle.

  • GM Financial received the Inspire Award at the annual Junior Achievement Breakfast this month. The award was presented to Jeff Young, VP Commercial Lending. Pictured are Beverly Fells, Jenny Gravley, Jon Matthews, Marianela Hanen, Jeff Young, Mary Beth Stasey, Kimberly Smith, Terricka Brooks, Tamika Davis, Gina Stewart, Tricia Francis, and Blair Monica. The award was for greatest program impact in the large employer segment. 109 GM Financial team members volunteered In the classroom teaching JA curriculum (financial basics) in 2017.

  • Ronald McDonald House Houston CEO Rick Noriega, RMH Houston President Lesha Pulido Elsenbrook and Dan Berce, President and CEO of GM Financial, celebrated the delivery of a Cool Cars for Remarkable Kids vehicle today. GM Financial facilitates the use of off-lease vehicles to transport sick children and their families staying at the house. Families who stay at the Ronald McDonald House typically travel from out of town (in some cases, out of the country) for specialized medical care for their sick child and often do not have their own means of transportation during their stay. We're proud to be able to work with these inspiring families during a difficult time.

  • “The biggest piece of the growth was in U.S. financing of new GM vehicles,” Dan Berce, president and chief executive of GM Financial, said on the earnings call.

    GM Financial Sustains Loan Growth With 62% Origination Boost

    General Motors Financial Co. continued its steep retail loan growth with a 62% yearly rise in originations, the company reported in its second quarter earnings for the period ending in June. The captive originated $5.3 billion in retail loan contracts in the quarter, up from $3.2 billion during the prior-year period.

  • For 25 years we have been proud to call Fort Worth home, and we were honored to receive the Spirit of Enterprise award this week from the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. Thank you to our friends and neighbors for 25 great years!

    Spirit of Enterprise - GM Financial

    The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce honored GM Financial with the Chairman's Spirit of Enterprise Award at the 135th Annual Meeting (June 2017).

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