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The BVRLA is reminding its members of the importance of the Fair Wear and Tear Standard at a time when customers may well be considering their options with their leased vehicles.
The BVRLA is delighted to confirm that Leasys, Fleet Procure, Quotevine, ICR Leasing and Trakm8 are all confirmed as brand partners at this year’s Leasing Broker Conference taking place in London.
The BVRLA would like to express sadness on hearing that Brian Johnson, chairman and founder of The Grovesnor Group, has recently passed away.
The BVRLA’s one-day conference especially for leasing broker members will return for its second year on Wednesday 20 May in London.
The Financial Conduct Authority has advised that additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Senior Managers & Certification Regime must be implemented by 9 December 2020.
The BVRLA has published its latest Communications Toolkit to provide members with a range of free printed, digital and social media resources helping customers who are considering leasing a vehicle.
The BVRLA is reminding members who offer motor finance of the importance of ensuring that all financial promotions are clear, fair and not misleading.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today published its annual Sector Views sharing the regulator’s assessment of the risks and potential harm to consumers across financial services markets.
The BVRLA recently met with the Financial Ombudsman Service who explained that affordability has become a common reason for complaints relating to consumer credit.
There are sponsorship and thought leadership opportunities available for this year’s Leasing Broker Conference taking place in May as part of the BVRLA’s new Brand Partnership offering.
On the back of a surge in battery electric vehicle registrations, the BVRLA’s latest Quarterly Leasing Survey shows average CO2 for all new leased cars at 116.8g/km, down from 118.5g/km in the previous quarter.
The BVRLA Quarterly Leasing Survey has published today (30 January), showing average CO2 figures for new leased cars have fallen sharply in Q3 2019 on the back of a surge in battery electric vehicle (BEV) registrations.