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Exchange and Mart launches mid finance car upgrade website
29 March, 2017 Online classified site ExchangeandMart has launched paymentswap.co.uk, a new site allowing consumers to upgrade their current car to something newer before the end of existing finance agreements.
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Latest Features

The death of the dealership?
28 March, 2017 Online car sales are growing. In the used car space particularly, with fewer time constraints than new cars, the market is taking off – with potentially serious consequences for traditional dealerships. Saad Ahmed spoke to Carspring, Carvana and...
  • New trends threaten the established order
    28 March, 2017 Entitled The Digital Auto Consumer, the Sophus3 Forum 2017 in London explored the various upcoming trends in the automotive industry, and the threats and challenges that the industry is predicted to encounter over the next year. Saad Ahmed reports...
  • New management team fits the bill
    28 March, 2017 Billing Finance has been recording consistent expansion for several years now, and has enlarged its management team to match its ambitious growth plans. Jonathan Minter speakers to Oliver Mackaness and Shannon Faulkner to get a better idea of just...
  • Opel and Vauxhall join the French Legion
    28 March, 2017 With just a single acquisition, BNP Paribas Personal Finance has become a major player in the UK motor finance market. Motor Finance caught up with chief executive officer Laurent David to find out more about the company, its plans, and what the...
  • New frontiers for collection
    28 March, 2017 Following up on a feature that appeared in Motor Finance two years ago, Chris Farnell takes a fresh look at the state of the collections industry. There are changes aplenty and several reasons to be cheerful, with some of the seismic shifts being...
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Blogs

Diving deeper into the market
28 March, 2017 Chris Jones of Blue Motor Finance explains the rationale behind entering the subprime market, and the mitigation of the risks involved through partnership with specialist lenders
  • Tesla sets example in offering driverless car insurance
    02 March, 2017 Car manufacturer Tesla has begun to bundle insurance and maintenance costs alongside the final price of driverless cars in Asia, giving customers a holistic service that could help pave the way for how insurers approach cover for driverless...
  • Should we worry about a Brexit effect?
    27 February, 2017 Open any industry publication or scroll down a news feed and it is only a matter of time before you come across commentary on how Brexit will affect the UK’s motor industry, or how it could potentially affect automotive finance and insurance....
  • The connected car in 2017
    27 February, 2017 With more manufacturers sharing information generated by vehicles and bringing new solutions from connected car information to the market, 2017 will be the year of increased vehicle connectivity and data sharing, writes Kit Wisdom, head of...
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