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Toyota Motor Credit Corporation  (TMCC)
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Business Segments II. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(of total Revenues)
II. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
2,367.00 100 % 194.00 8.2 %

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Growth rates by Segment II. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Revenue
%
II. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
0.77 % -0.04 % 17.58 % 110.87 %

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  Toyota Motor Credit's

Business Segments Description



Retail and Lease Financing

Pricing
We utilize a tiered pricing program for retail and lease contracts. The program matches contract interest rates with customer risk as defined by credit bureau scores and other factors for a range of price and risk combinations. Each application is assigned a credit tier. Rates vary based on credit tier, term, loan-to-value and collateral, including whether a new or used vehicle is financed. In addition, special rates may apply as a result of promotional activities. We review and adjust interest rates based on competitive and economic factors and distribute the rates, by tier, to our dealers.

Underwriting
We acquire new and used retail and lease contracts primarily from Toyota and Lexus dealers. Dealers transmit customer credit applications electronically through our online system for contract acquisition. The customer may submit a credit application directly to our website, in which case, the credit application is sent to the dealer of the customer’s choice or to a dealer that is near the customer’s residence. In addition, through our website, customers are able to request a pre-qualification letter for presentation to the dealer specifying the maximum amount that may be financed. Upon receipt of the credit application, our origination system automatically requests a credit bureau report from one of the major credit bureaus. We use a proprietary credit scoring system to evaluate an applicant’s risk profile. Factors used by the credit scoring system (based on the applicant’s credit history) include the terms of the contract, ability to pay, debt ratios, amount financed relative to the value of the vehicle, and credit bureau attributes such as number of trade lines, utilization ratio and number of credit inquiries.


Credit applications are subject to systematic evaluation. Our origination system evaluates each credit application to determine if it qualifies for automatic approval (“auto-decisioning”) which approves only the applicant’s credit eligibility. The origination system distinguishes this type of applicant by specific requirements and then approves the application without manual intervention. The origination system is programmed to review application information for purchase policy and legal compliance. Typically the highest quality credit applications are approved automatically.


Credit analysts (located at the DSSOs) approve or reject all credit applications that are not auto-decisioned. A credit analyst decisions applications based on an evaluation that considers an applicant’s creditworthiness and projected ability to meet the monthly payment obligation, which is derived, among other things, from the amount financed and the term. Our proprietary scoring system assists the credit analyst in the credit review process.
Completion of the financing process is dependent upon whether the transaction is a retail or lease contract. For a retail contract, we acquire the retail contract from the dealer and obtain a security interest in the vehicle. For a lease contract, except as described below under “Servicing”, we acquire the lease contract and concurrently assume ownership of the leased vehicle. We view our lease arrangements, including our operating leases, as financing transactions as we do not re-lease the vehicle upon default or lease termination.

Servicing
Our CSCs are responsible for servicing the retail and lease contracts. A centralized department manages vendor relationships responsible for the bankruptcy administration and post charge-off recovery and liquidation activities.
We use a behavioral-based collection strategy to minimize risk of loss and employ various collection methods. When contracts are acquired, we perfect our security interests in the financed retail vehicles through state department of motor vehicles (or equivalent) certificate of title filings or through Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) filings, as appropriate. We have the right to repossess a vehicle if a customer fails to meet contractual obligations and the right to pursue collection actions against a delinquent customer.


We use an online collection and auto dialer system that prioritizes collection efforts, generates past due notices, and signals our collections personnel to make telephone contact with delinquent customers. Collection efforts are based on behavioral scoring models (which analyze borrowers’ past payment performance, vehicle valuation and credit scores to predict future payment behavior). We generally determine whether to commence repossession efforts after an account is 60 days past due. Repossessed vehicles are held in inventory to comply with statutory requirements and then sold at private auctions, unless public auctions are required by applicable law. Any unpaid amounts remaining after sale or after full charge-off are pursued by us to the extent practical and legally permissible. Any surplus amounts remaining after sale fees and expenses have been paid, and any reserve charge-backs and/or dealer guarantees, are refunded to the customers. Collections of deficiencies and refunds of surpluses are administered at a centralized facility. We charge off the amount we do not expect to collect when payments due are no longer expected to be received or the account is 120 days contractually delinquent, whichever occurs first.

Dealer Financing
Dealer financing is comprised of wholesale financing and other financing options designed to meet dealer business needs.

Wholesale Financing
We provide wholesale financing to dealers for inventories of new and used Toyota, Lexus, Scion and other domestic and import vehicles. We acquire a security interest in the vehicle inventory, and/or other dealership assets, as appropriate, which we perfect through UCC filings. Wholesale financing may also be backed by corporate or individual guarantees from, or on behalf of, affiliated dealers, dealer groups, or dealer principals. In the event of a dealer default under a wholesale loan arrangement, we have the right to liquidate assets in which we have a perfected security interest and to seek legal remedies pursuant to the wholesale loan agreement and any applicable guarantees.


TMCC and TMS are parties to an agreement pursuant to which TMS will arrange for the repurchase of new Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles at the aggregate cost financed by TMCC in the event of a dealer default under wholesale financing. TMCC is also party to similar agreements with other domestic and import manufacturers. In addition, we provide other types of financing to certain Toyota and Lexus dealers and other third parties, at the request of TMS or private Toyota distributors, and TMS or the applicable private distributor guarantees the payments by such borrowers.

INSURANCE OPERATIONS
TMCC markets its insurance products through TMIS. The principal activities of TMIS include marketing, underwriting, and claims administration for products that cover certain risks of Toyota, Lexus, Scion and other domestic and import franchise dealers and their customers in the U.S. TMIS also provides other coverage and related administrative services to certain of our affiliates in the U.S.

Products and Services
TMIS offers various products and services on Toyota, Lexus, Scion and other domestic and import vehicles, such as vehicle service agreements, guaranteed auto protection agreements, prepaid maintenance contracts, excess wear and use agreements, and tire and wheel protection agreements. Vehicle service agreements offer vehicle owners and lessees mechanical breakdown protection for new and used vehicles secondary to the manufacturer’s new vehicle warranty. Guaranteed auto protection insurance and debt cancellation agreements provide coverage for a lease or retail contract deficiency balance in the event of a total loss or theft of the covered vehicle. Prepaid maintenance contracts provide maintenance services at manufacturer recommended intervals. Excess wear and use agreements are available on leases of Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles and protect against excess wear and use charges that may be assessed at lease termination. Tire and wheel protection agreements provide coverage in the event that a covered vehicle’s tires or wheels become damaged as a result of a road hazard or structural failure due to a defect in material or workmanship, to the extent not covered by the manufacturer or the tire distributor warranties.

   

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