Car Finance Conference special offer
- To get your £49 conference ticket or attend the awards, call Vyvy on 020 7940 4821 and quote ‘BCM1’ for your discounted conference ticket and ‘BCM2’ to book your place at the awards.
- First five companies booking get free ticket
THE UK motor industry is on a high with record sales making finance the key – but is there a bumpy road ahead? Next week’s Car Finance Conference is the best place to find the answers and we have a special Car Finance Conference half-price offer for Leasing Broker Federation members.
Online providers are disrupting traditional channels, talk is growing of a “race to the bottom” on deal pricing, and the recent PCP boom has given the used market plenty to think about.
What’s more, the rise of personal contract hire may yet change the face of the industry.
Who’ll be there:
- Barclays Partner Finance
- Big Cars
- Black Horse
- BMW Financial services
- Close Motor Finance
- JCT 600
- Banque PSA Finance
- RCI Bank
- Santander Consumer Finance UK
- Vertu Motors
What does the future hold? The Car Finance Conference, being held on 9 June at the St Johns Hotel, Solihull, is the place to find the answers.
Attended by all the major finance houses, brokers, and dealer groups, it’s the only event bringing leaders from all these sectors together to map and solve the challenges they face.
It’s fully independent, run by a team with eight years’ experience running events in the sector, and boasts 23 speakers from leadership roles in motor finance.
As a key dealer or broker in this market, Leasing Broker Federation members have an exclusive offer to attend the conference for £49 – a 50% discount on the usual ticket price of £99. What’s more, the first five companies to book will be offered their ticket free.
After a day of reflection and debate, they’ll be rounding the day off with a night of celebration at the Car Finance Awards.
From the lenders offering the best support to their dealer networks, to those doing most to make deals work for customers with poor credit histories, this night will highlight the best of an industry rarely credited for its contribution to the UK.