Volkswagen is third automaker to enter Utah banking race

Henry, Jim
June 2001
Automotive News;6/25/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5936, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on the ownership of the Volkswagen Bank in Utah by German company Volkswagen AG. Bank's position as a subsidiary of VW Credit Inc.; Enabling of Volkswagen to make loans directly to VW and Audi buyers; Volkswagen's issuance of its own credit cards; Acceptance of checking and savings account deposits; Establishment of interest rates in Utah that can be offered nationwide.


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