Jessica Gonzalez

With more than 15 years’ experience in the financial services industry, including tenures at Santander Consumer USA and Visa, Jessica Gonzalez is now the Director of Lending Strategies at Informed.IQ.

Auto Intel & National Remarketing Spring Summit 2024

The Auto Intel & National Remarketing Spring Summit 2024 focused on pivotal topics shaping the future of the automotive sector. From Connected Mobility to Investment Capital, Compliance & Regulations to Predictive Analytics, the conference delved into the pressing issues driving the industry forward. In an industry characterized by rapid transformation, keeping pace with change is […]

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Why you should streamline your tax processes with automation this season

AI-generated image from Midjourney Current lending landscape It’s tax season again and many lenders find themselves inundated with paperwork and forms each year. The looming deadline is set for April 18th this year and for people in accounting and finance fields, this can be an incredibly stressful time working to process the vast amount of tax

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NADA 2024 Recap

Last week, NADA 2024 in Las Vegas, drew over 23,000 attendees. Auto dealers explored new technology and engaged with lenders and vendors. A standout session focused on the combined power of AI and human capital, particularly featuring female leaders.  On Friday, NADA experts and industry leaders engaged in rapid 20-minute sessions, while Steve Greenfield, CEO

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Blog - Document Quality Decline Among Seniors and African Americans

Document Quality Decline Among Seniors and African Americans can lead to greater friction in the loan approval process

Over the last 20 months, there’s been a noticeable decline in lending verification document quality – disproportionately affecting senior citizens and African Americans. According to Informed’s Data Consortium, senior citizens are 1.4 times more likely to upload poor quality documents and African Americans are 1.1 times more likely. This statistical variation suggests a potential correlation

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New: American Banker - Sharing information = best defense against AI fraud

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