Motor Finance

The DBC for Motor Finance Live Debate was held on Wednesday 16th May 2018 at the Law Society, London.

Key discussion points included:

  • Will a world of connected cars, car sharing and self-driving vehicles alter the landscape for motor finance?
  • How might the volume and value of motor loans change? Who will need them?
  • With a potential move to all-inclusive subscriptions, what is it consumers will be financing?
  • Will loans continue to be sourced through dealers?
  • What changes do you need to make to transform your business?

Our panel for this debate: 

The debate was chaired by Brian Cantwell, Editor, Motor Finance and Chair of the DBC for Motor Finance. Joining Brian were:

  • Andrew Brameld, Managing Director, BNP Paribas Personal Finance
  • Graham Wheeler, Executive Director, GW Executive Consulting
  • Justin Benson, Head of Automotive, KPMG
  • Simon Cadbury, Director of Strategy, Marketing & Innovation, Intelligent Environments

Motor Finance interviewed the panel ahead of the debate. Read more here:

Location

The Law Society, London WC2A 1PL

The DBC for Motor Finance Live Debate: How will the car of the future be financed?

The first DBC for Motor Finance Live Debate of 2018 was held on Wednesday 16 May 2018. We discussed the future of motor finance, connected cars and self-driving, as well as many other topics.

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