Mac Salas was Appointed as AVP of IT Compliance and Risk Management at GM Financial

Date of management change: March 01, 2017 

What Happened?

Fort Worth, TX-based GM Financial Appointed Mac Salas as AVP of IT Compliance and Risk Management


About the Company

GM Financial is the captive finance company and the wholly owned subsidiary of General Motors and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. The company is a global provider of auto finance solutions, with operations in North America, Europe, Latin America and China. Through our long-standing relationships with auto dealers, we offer attractive retail loan and lease programs to meet the needs of each customer. We also offer commercial lending products to dealers to help them finance and grow their businesses. GM Financial employs more than 9,000 hard-working team members, and we`re always looking for new people with diverse talents. GM Financial is a workplace where dedicated people have the opportunity to work together and celebrate our successes. Our culture is based on respect, integrity, innovation and personal development. GM Financial is committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work. Each year, we select several philanthropic organizations to support through our Signature Events program. The company and its team members actively support these organizations through many company-wide initiatives; in addition we support numerous other nonprofit organizations through sponsorships and monetary donations.


About the Person

Mac Salas is AVP of IT Compliance and Risk Management at GM Financial. Previously, Mac held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.


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