Volkswagen Financial Services

Volkswagen Financial Services are a fundamental part of the Volkswagen Group and will work closely with the brands to develop a mobility platform that gives all customers fast, digital and flexible access to mobility – from hours, days and weeks to months and years.

At the Volkswagen Financial Services campus in Braunschweig, Germany
Typologo of VWFS

Brunswick, Germany

1948

approx. 17,000

Portrait of Dr. Christian Dahlheim
“We offer our customers mobility from a single source – digital, flexible and always accessible. To this end, we are developing the mobility platform for the brands of the Volkswagen Group.”
Dr. Christian Dahlheim CEO of Volkswagen Financial Services AG
Portrait of Dr. Christian Dahlheim

Facts and figures

46
percent
of the cars sold by the Volkswagen Group worldwide are financed or leased through Volkswagen Financial Services
22
million units
the global contract portfolio of Volkswagen Financial Services amounted to 22 million units in 2022.
240
billion EUR
so high was the value of total assets reported by Volkswagen Financial Services at the end of 2022.
17,000
employee
across the world, 17,000 employees work for Volkswagen Financial Services in 47 markets.

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