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Members who are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority are being advised that the next wave of the regulator’s Covid-19 Impact Survey is being issued between 2 and 6 August.
Minister for Investment Lord Grimstone of Boscobel has written to the BVRLA and its members to pass on his thanks for the rental and leasing sector’s hard work throughout the pandemic.
Members with branches or offices frequented by customers will need to consider making and communicating clear plans about how they will keep employees and customer safe when mask-wearing is no-longer a legal requirement.
Investment Minister's address to BVRLA members: Recovery and growth for the vehicle rental and leasing industry
Lord Grimstone, Minister for Investment at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has written a personal note to BVRLA members reflecting on the challenges faced by the rental and leasing sectors during the pandemic and applauding industry efforts to 'Build back better.'
Kenneth Malmberg, Senior Director for Market Development and Alliances at Ridecell EMEA GmbH joins the BVRLA blogging community to share insights on the automotive and mobility changes that have been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic and highlights the shift in consumers’ mindset.
The association’s latest Business Impact Survey shows that although the vehicle rental and leasing industry is optimistic about economic recovery, there is widespread concern about vehicle supply.
Findings from the BVRLA’s latest Business Impact Survey show that, although the vehicle rental and leasing industry is optimistic about economic recovery, there is widespread concern about vehicle supply, for vans in particular.
The BVRLA Business Impact survey provides a view on the current issues affecting the Fleet Leasing and Vehicle Rental sectors in the UK. Our findings from research conducted with industry decision makers delivers insight for members and support for our own policy work.
Members are being asked to spare a few moments to complete the second in a series of Business Impact Surveys to ensure that the BVRLA accurately reflects the industry’s voice when discussing the impact of Covid-19 and EU Exit with policymakers.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) latest member survey explored the impact of both the pandemic and the new trading relationships arising following EU Exit.
The second webinar in the Industry Outlook series focused on market trends and priorities for 2021.