Innovative Business Models in Automotive Finance & Insurance - Forecast to 2025 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 7, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 7, 2019--The “Innovative Business Models in Automotive Finance and Insurance, Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The 24/7 connectivity and instant gratification are transforming the way we operate and automotive F&I is no exception to that.

Automotive manufacturers, financial institutions, and technology companies are realizing the numerous advantages of integrating millennial-centric solutions and payment options for insurance and finance; fundamentally changing their business models to match the demand of millennials.

The auto F&I industry is optimizing its processes, reducing operational costs, making processes faster and secure, and improving the customer experience by going digital.

Various mobile applications and websites for vehicle finance are providing personalized consulting services, resulting in customers taking informed decisions related to the total loan amount and EMI.

Banks have understood the importance of the auto finance business in their balance sheets and are developing automated lending solutions either by themselves or through collaborations with fintech startups.

JP Morgan Chase, Ally Financial Inc., and PNC bank are among the proactive banks to partner with fintech firms for improved digital customer offerings in auto finance.

The auto insurance industry is also following the digitization wave with telematics powered UBI models. Start-ups with their digital solutions are disrupting the traditional business models with On-demand insurance. UBI has become a mainstream model for insurers and the F&I divisions of OEMs, as over 250 telematics programs are launched globally.

On-demand economy including car-sharing, ride-sharing, and integrated mobility requires new kinds of insurance and dynamic business models. With telematics companies foraying in, the UBI carriers are ready for UBI 2.0 revolution. Fintech such as Cuvva, By miles, Snapsheet are revolutionizing the auto insurance with the online application, processing, and claim settlement solutions.

In an effort to stay ahead of the disruption curve, it is imperative for participants to adapt to the technology-driven processes and focus on customer experience throughout. Innovations around the business model by creating customer touch points are vital to sustaining in the age of digitization.

Research Scope

The study covers major changes in traditional business models that have been observed since 2015, the effect of CASE technologies in auto finance and insurance and future business models that are to be implemented for growth. The study discusses the factors/trends affecting consumer expectations such as digitization and vehicle ownership trend.

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Methodology and Assumptions

3. Innovation in Finance Business Models

4. Innovation in Insurance Business Models

5. Growth Opportunities

6. Conclusion and Future Outlook

Companies Featured

Ally Financial Inc. Apple Pay AutoFi Autogravity Chase/Ally/PNC ClaimDi Cuvva Engie App & Warranty Direct JP Morgan Chase PNC bank Snapsheet The Floow Toyota/Hyundai/Renault

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