The International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA) has named Jeannie Chiaromonte, VP and national remarketing manager for Bank of America Dealer Financial Services, as 2nd vice president for the Alliance.
Chiaromonte has been involved in the Alliance for more than five years, and has been an active participant in various subcommittees.
“My predecessor, Steve Piccinati, was one of the founding fathers, back when the IARA was first developed more than 12 years ago,” Chiaromonte said. “The IARA is an organization where most of the top remarketers work together to share ideas, concerns, and best practices. There is no other organization that has more expertise in the field that I work in.”
IARA President and Director of Remarketing for LeasePlan USA, Levi McCoy, said, "Jeannie Chiaromonte is a true talent in the remarketing industry. Having basically dealt with all aspects of the vehicle lifecycle, she brings a great deal of knowledge and experience to the table. Her leadership skills and popularity with our membership guarantees exciting days ahead for the IARA."
Chiaromonte currently manages the vehicle, RV, marine, and motorcycle remarketing portfolio and transportation on a national level for Bank of America Dealer Financial Services, which provides comprehensive financial services to the automotive, recreational vehicle, and marine industries.
She manages all aspects of the auction remarketing operations and is responsible for developing all strategies associated with the remarketing process and result tracking. Chiaromonte joined the Bank in October 1991. She has also held positions including auto lease-end officer, collateral recovery officer, and auction remarketing representative.
She is a member of Manheim and ADESA Client Advisory Boards and IARA Board of Directors and involves herself in special projects and conference panel discussions. Chiaromonte graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration from the University of La Verne in La Verne, Calif. with honors.
“The IARA addresses issues and concerns facing many in the remarketing industry. They work collectively to resolve those issues and look to make positive changes for the betterment of all concerned,” she concluded.
About the IARA
It is the mission of the IARA to assist, educate, and share knowledge with one another and our industry partners, so that each member may be empowered to achieve the fullest efficiency and most continued improvement attainable in the commerce of selling vehicles through the marketplace. For more information, visit www.iaraonline.org.