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Banque PSA Finance income up 11% in 2016
23 February, 2017 Banque PSA Finance, the captive finance arm of PSA Group, recorded recurring operating income of €571m (£482m).
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Clocking onto mileage fraud
30 January, 2017 Mileage fraud has risen in recent years, with an estimated one in 15 cars now affected. With misreported mileage, some used cars returning to the market may adversely affect driver safety and distort secondary-market valuations. Saad Ahmed...
  • 2017: Time for the hammer to fall?
    30 January, 2017 Despite a politically tumultuous year, auction houses recorded another year of strong values and volumes. Jonathan Minter investigates why this was, and how long the good spell can last
  • Lankey gets the brokers’ green light
    30 January, 2017 Following the departure of long-standing CEO Adam Tyler, finding a suitable replacement at the NACFB could have been tricky. Motor Finance had the chance to catch up with new interim chief executive Rob Lankey to find out how he intends to make...
  • 2016: a year in review
    19 December, 2016 With significant changes in regulation, the political environment and market trends, 2016 has been anything but uneventful. With a foreword from editor Jonathan Minter, five leading industry figures speak about their thoughts on the year’s...
  • A new online classified site for dealers
    19 December, 2016 The UK market may already have a number of online classified sites, but MotoNovo believes there is a gap in the market and has created a site designed with the dealer in mind. Karl Werner, CEO at MotoNovo, speaks to Jonathan Minter about the...
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Blogs

Smart technology the new key to conversion
30 January, 2017 If you are an automotive national sales company or finance executive charged with accelerating sales and retention for your firm, you will probably say you have a perfectly good system in place to deliver this. However,a system on its own is...
  • The UK automotive market review and outlook
    30 January, 2017 2016 was another good year for the UK motor and fleet business overall, but beyond the ‘normal’ economic cycle, uncertainty emerged following the Brexit decision, writes Alan Henson, head of sales and customer services at KeeResources
  • A sign of things to come
    19 December, 2016 A recent FLA report revealed that 84.3% of new car sales in the UK are bought on finance, so it’s no surprise that the sector is flourishing. Graham Donald, MD at Equiniti Pancredit, explains how electronic signatures are transforming the customer...
  • Reports of diesel’s death premature
    19 December, 2016 Philip Nothard, retail and consumer specialist at cap hpi, examines the reaction of the used car market to a year of poor headlines and unfavourable legislation for diesel engines, and finds that – at least in terms of demand – the situation is...
  • Who will be in the driving seat?
    19 December, 2016 S mall personal transport like Google’s driverless car is capturing the public’s imagination, but vehicle finance brokers might want to consider that the breakthrough might come at the other end of the spectrum – the 38-tonne end.
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