Wolters Kluwer Financial Services – Dealer Services – Dealer Associations
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    Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has a long history of collaborating with top-tier associations, creating valuable relationships that foster growth in the vehicle dealer market. These associations conduct rigorous review processes and are highly selective in choosing their solutions partners.

    We are proud to partner with the following associations:


      The American Financial Services Association (AFSA) is the national trade association for the consumer credit industry, protecting access to credit and consumer choice. The Association encourages and maintains ethical business practices and supports financial education for consumers of all ages. 

    • Alabama Independent Automobile Dealers AssociationAIADA

      It is the intent and purpose of the Alabama Independent Automobile Dealers Association, to encourage and promote goodwill, integrity and professional interaction among its members and the automobile dealerships within the State of Alabama. It is the objective and purpose of the Alabama I.A.D.A. to strive to educate its members and other organizations and business personnel regarding the laws, guidelines and regulations of the government affecting the automotive industry in Alabama. 

    • CBA (Consumer Bankers Association)CBA

      The Consumer Bankers Association (CBA) is the recognized voice on retail banking issues in the nation’s capital. Member institutions are the leaders in consumer financial services, including auto finance, home equity lending, card products, education loans, small business services, community development, investments, deposits and delivery.

      CBA was founded in 1919 and provides leadership, education, research and federal representation on retail banking issues such as privacy, fair lending, and consumer protection legislation/regulation. CBA members include most of the nation’s largest bank holding companies as well as regional and super community banks that collectively hold two-thirds of the industry’s total assets.

    • CBAI (Community Bankers Association of Illinois)CBAI

      The mission of the Community Bankers Association of Illinois is to provide its members a competitive edge by effectively aggregating political, economic, and marketing power. The CBAI is dedicated to keeping community banks competitive for the benefit of their customers and the communities they serve through delivery of quality education, effective political representation, and essential products and services. The mission will be pursued with integrity, equal representation, professionalism, vision, and responsiveness.

    • CIADA (Colorado Independent Automobile Dealers Association)CIADA (Colorado Independent Automobile Dealers Association)

      Established in 1941, the CIADA is one of the oldest organizations of its type and represents Colorado Dealers in a variety of support roles. Membership, currently over 1000 dealers, ranks Colorado with the highest percentage of available dealers in the country. CIADA is committed to assisting dealers from the initial dealer application to becoming a dealer to providing ongoing education provided by the CIADA Education & Training Center.  



    • ICBA (Independent Community Bankers of America)ICBA

      The Independent Community Bankers of America, the nation’s voice for community banks, represents 5,000 community banks of all sizes and charter types throughout the United States and is dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and the communities and customers we serve. With nearly 5,000 members, representing more than 18,000 locations nationwide and employing over 268,000 Americans, ICBA members hold more than $908 billion in assets, $726 billion in deposits, and more than $619 billion in loans to consumers, small businesses and the agricultural community. 

    • IL-IADA (Illinois Automobile Dealers Association) IL-IADA (Illinois Automobile Dealers Association)

       The Illinois Independent Automobile Dealers Association (IL-IADA) was organized in 1965 in Rockton, Illinois. The Illinois association represents more than 3,800 licensed independent automobile and truck dealers in Illinois. The ILADAs goal is to maintain a strong state legislative presence protecting independent automobile dealers from unnecessary legislation and rule making, and promoting legislation which enhances the ability of independent automobile dealers to serve the public fairly and honestly and still maintain a fair profit.

    • MADA (Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association)MADA (Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association)

      MADA was founded in 1927 to represent new car and truck dealers, both domestic and international franchises. The Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association is a nonprofit membership organization which represents all 400 franchised new car and truck dealers throughout the state of Minnesota. MADA is an advocate for Minnesota's retail motor vehicle industry and an important source of legal, legislative and industry information. 

    • MIADA (Mississippi Independent Automobile Dealers Association)MIADA (Mississippi Independent Automobile Dealers Association)

      M.I.A.D.A. is the Professional State Trade Association for Independent Automobile Dealers and all Associated Businesses. It is an organization in which strength in numbers can promise industry-wide benefits and offer protection from irresponsible legislation or government regulation.



    • NAFNAF

      The National Automotive Finance Association (NAF Association) is the only trade association exclusively serving the non-prime auto financing industry. Organized in the fall of 1996, the NAF Association supports its members and the industry with research, programs, research, and education.

    • NCDU (New Car Dealers of Utah)NCDU (New Car Dealers of Utah)

      The New Car Dealers of Utah is a statewide membership based organization formed in 1923 to promote, protect and advance the general welfare of the new and truck franchises throughtout Utah. "The mission of NCDU is to use its collective resources to pro-actively preserve, protect and enhance the economic life, relationships and image of its memebers and the associtioan itself".


      The National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA), founded in 1946 has represented quality independent automobile dealers for over 65 years. NIADA iassists it's members in becoming more successful within the used motor vehicle industry.

      Wolters Kluwer Financial Services' Dealer Services joined the NIADA’s National Member Benefit Partnership Program to provide even more independent auto dealers with access to its Idealer Services solutions. Through the program, NIADA provides its members with highly vetted strategic partners providing leading-edge solutions and services.

      As part of Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ new relationship with NIADA, the organization’s members will have access to AppOne®,our web-based lending platform that connects independent auto dealers with lenders. AppOne automates the credit approval, documentation and risk mitigation processes for dealers and lenders.

      To learn more about the NIADA visit http://www.niada.com/.

    • OIADA (Ohio Independent Automobile Dealers Association)OIADA

      The OIADA was founded in January of 1985 by a group of ten independent auto dealers and two auction owners as the Auto Dealer Alliance of Ohio (ADAO). These original twelve members believed that used car dealers should band together to form a new organization which would serve the needs of independent dealers statewide.


    • TBA (Texas Bankers Association)TBA

      The mission of the Texas Bankers Association is to "meet the growing needs of our members with education, information and advocacy." Since 1885, the Texas Bankers Association has been working to create a dynamic and profitable environment for Texas banks. This environment has provided a healthy atmosphere for the industry, as well as resources and services to benefit bank employees. Like the bankers it represents, TBA is also concerned about helping bank customers of all ages throughout the state. We have established programs to reduce crime and fraud, to help youngsters achieve financial literacy and to help our senior citizens be safe in nursing homes.

    • TNIADA (Tennessee Independent Automobile Dealers Association)TNIADA (Tennessee Independent Automobile Dealers Association)

      The TNIADA provides benefits & services to our members that they are not always able to find on their own. TNIADA offers networking opportunities that are vital to the success of small businesses with quarterly Board of Directors meetings, local association meetings and an Annual Convention and Trade Show. 

    • WBA (Wisconsin Bankers Association)WBA

      The Wisconsin Bankers Association is the state’s largest financial industry trade association, representing 300 commercial banks and savings institutions, their nearly 2,300 branch offices and 28,000 employees.

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