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Company Overview of American Financial Services Association

Company Overview

The American Financial Services Association (AFSA) is a trade association that focuses on promoting the interests of finance companies and consumer and commercial lenders. The association’s members include auto finance companies, credit card issuers, and mortgage lenders. AFSA's education foundation offers multimedia communications programs and professional development programs. In addition, the association provides publication services. The American Financial Services Association was founded in 1916 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia.

919 Eighteenth Street NW

Washington, DC 20006

United States

Founded in 1916

Phone:

202-296-5544

Fax:

202-223-0321

Key Executives for American Financial Services Association

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American Financial Services Association Key Developments

The American Financial Services Association Appoints Ann Carmichael as Vice President of Congressional Affairs

The American Financial Services Association (AFSA) reported the hiring of Ann Carmichael as its new Vice President of Congressional Affairs. According to a media release, in this newly-created position, Carmichael will develop and deliver to lawmakers and policymakers AFSA's message of protecting access to safe, responsible consumer credit. Carmichael primarily will be responsible for AFSA advocacy on Capitol Hill. Himpler will continue to head up the Federal Government Affairs department with a renewed emphasis on compliance and regulatory affairs. Carmichael most recently served as the Associate Director of Advocacy and Counsel at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), where she advocated priority issues before members of Congress and their staffs. These included many of the same issues for which she will advocate at AFSA, including reforms to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act and regulatory relief for financial institutions.

American Financial Services Association Appoints Ann Carmichael as Vice President of Congressional Affairs

The American Financial Services Association announced the hiring of Ann Carmichael as its new Vice President of Congressional Affairs. In this newly-created position, Carmichael will develop and deliver to lawmakers and policymakers AFSA’s message of protecting access to safe, responsible consumer credit. Carmichael primarily will be responsible for leading AFSA advocacy on Capitol Hill. Himpler will continue to head up the Federal Government Affairs department with a renewed emphasis on compliance and regulatory affairs. Carmichael most recently served as the Associate Director of Advocacy and Counsel at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), where she advocated priority issues before members of Congress and their staffs.

American Financial Services Association Announces Executive Changes

Vincent Rice, Executive Vice President with the Bank of the West, was installed as the new chair of the American Financial Services Association (AFSA) Vehicle Finance Division Board at the conclusion of the division’s 21st annual conference and exposition in New Orleans, La. This position is a one-year term. Rice succeeds David Paul, Senior Vice President, Financial Services, American Honda Finance Corporation, who has served in the position since March 2016. In this role, Rice will oversee the division’s initiatives and lead the division’s more than 800 members. Rice is executive vice president for Bank of the West, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas Group. As the head of the consumer lending division, Rice’s responsibilities include the consumer and commercial portfolios in the automotive, recreational vehicle, and marine industries. He was asked to join Bank of the West to build the automotive initiative in the U.S. in alignment with BNP Paribas’ global auto strategy. Larry Hund, President & COO, Harley-Davidson Financial Services, was also elected to serve as Vice Chairman. A 30-year financial services veteran, Hund has held a wide range of executive roles throughout his career. Upon joining HDFS in 2002, he served as vice president of operations and chief financial officer and also was interim chief operating officer from July 2006 to January 2007. Hund serves on the Board of Directors of AFSA and the Vehicle Finance Board.

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