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BVRLA Learning and Development offers a blended training approach to compliance. This combines a range of instructor-led courses and e-learning solutions that support and evidence compliance with the Financial Conduct Authority’s training and competence regime, as well as the BVRLA Code of Conduct.
The BVRLA can now offer members a complete suite of Fair Wear & Tear standard instructor-led courses, whether the company focus is cars, vans (LCVs) or commercial vehicles (CVs) over 3.5 tonnes.
The increasing appeal of electric vehicles is helping the leasing sector to return to growth following the initial impact of the pandemic, according to the latest figures from the BVRLA.
At the beginning of 2022, the BVRLA is asking members to look at how their end of contract process is communicated – is it clear to your customers?
The BVRLA has released its Leasing Broker Survey report for the half year ending June 2021, showing that the BVRLA broker channel fleet grew by 8% to 392,993 compared to the end of H1 2020.
The FCA has proposed some policy changes to the way it will calculate its fees from 2022/23.
The Government and the Financial Conduct Authority have published a call for evidence on how appointed representatives (ARs) are used in the current regulatory regime, with a closing date of 3 March 2022.
Last month, over 120 BVRLA members, guests and speakers attended the association’s Leasing Broker Conference in London, giving delegates the long-overdue opportunity to network with colleagues face to face.
The BVRLA Leasing Outlook report combines the aggregated market data and insight of experts from across the sector to provide an unrivalled perspective of what is happening to the market and where it is heading.
The total BVRLA fleet is forecast to grow 3% by Q2 2022 as the sector continues its post-lockdown resurgence in the face of global vehicle supply challenges, according to the latest BVRLA Leasing Outlook Report.
The BVRLA would like to make members aware of updated guidance from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to help firms stay compliant.