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BVRLA trainer, Chartered accountant and former Finance Director Mark Biggs invites members to join him at the next Finance Essentials for the Automotive Industry course.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced its intention to ban commission models where the amount received by the broker is linked to the interest rate that the customer pays and which the broker has the power to set or adjust.
To help customers be aware of their responsibilities regarding the return condition of their HGV vehicle, the BVRLA is reminding members to share the Fair Wear & Tear Guide at the start of a contract.
The FCA has recently updated their Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) webpages for solo-regulated firms.
Firms are being asked to register on the Financial Conduct Authority’s Connect platform and send them up-to-date details, also known as a mandatory annual update.
Members can now book on the last Finance Essentials for Account Managers course in 2019, an opportunity for attendees to check their financial knowledge that the right motor finance product is being offered.
The BVRLA is hosting a VAT on PCPs: Understanding the Changes webinar at 11am on Thursday 26 September.
Clive Buhagiar, Head of Operational Services at Alphabet (GB) Limited joins the BVRLA blog community this week to look at the growth of Personal Contract Hire and asks if maintenance costs have been fully considered.
Clive Buhagiar, Head of Operational Services at Alphabet (GB) Limited looks at the growing trend for switching from a traditional car scheme to a cash allowance and asks if maintenance costs have been fully considered.
BVRLA's Andrea Davies writes for the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers’ magazine, promoting the merits of doing business with BVRLA leasing brokers.
The FCA has issued a ‘Dear CEO’ letter regarding the requirements for Strong Customer Authentication in card-not-present e-commerce transactions.
In September and as the autumn progresses, it is traditionally a time when businesses will de-fleet their vehicles. It’s important to make sure customers are aware of their responsibilities regarding the return condition of the vehicle.