Toyota Financial Services

TOYOTA MOVES TO TEXAS

What's left for Torrance?

1:35 pm U.S. ET | April 30, 2014
In moving from suburban Torrance to Plano, Texas, Toyota Motor Sales USA and Toyota Financial Services wanted a headquarters campus where there wouldn't be a barrier between established employees and the “new guys.” Everyone would have a fresh start....
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THE TOYOTA MOVE

Toyota to consolidate most U.S. operations in Texas

1:45 pm U.S. ET | April 28, 2014
Toyota will consolidate its far-flung operations in the United States into a single campus in Plano, Texas, with a targeted move-in completion date of late 2017, the automaker said today. Following a week of rumor regarding the relocation of Toyota's sales and marketing operations based near Los Angeles came confirmation of a much larger-scale relocation of nearly all Toyota's processes and operations in the United States to the suburb north of Dallas....
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Next at auctions: Multiple platform sales

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 28, 2013
Listing used vehicles for sale simultaneously on multiple online remarketing platforms is the next big thing in used-vehicle wholesaling....
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JIM HENRY

Are dealers, lenders at odds on CFPB?

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 23, 2013
Dealers and lenders have said they are united in opposing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's proposed changes to the indirect lending model, but they could be moving out of sync....
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Toyota leverages stellar credit rating for financing edge

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 23, 2013
Toyota's in-house lender is leveraging the automaker's AA- credit rating and cash to offer low rates and keep customers coming back. The company's $37 billion cash pile and credit ratings that outrank GM and Ford enable its Toyota Financial Services unit to offer more loans and take on riskier borrowers....
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Automakers' lending practices probed by U.S. agencies for bias

10:35 am U.S. ET | Sept. 23, 2013
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Department of Justice are examining the lending operations of major auto manufacturers for possible discrimination in lending, according to regulatory filings and three people briefed on the inquiry....
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Borst will retire as Toyota finance chief

2:15 pm U.S. ET | July 29, 2013
George Borst, who led Lexus through the endaka currency exchange crisis of the mid-1990s and who has been CEO of Toyota Financial Services for the past 13 years, announced his retirement from Toyota today....
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