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DVLA to launch new digital driving licence

DVLA to launch new digital driving licence

11 May 2017

In its recent 2017/18 Business Plan, the DVLA confirmed that it will launch a service to allow drivers to view their driving licence on their smart phone.

FCA activity

FCA activity

11 May 2017

An update on the FCA's activity affecting the motor finance and motor retail sectors

FLA and UK Cards Association publish Vulnerability Guidance

FLA and UK Cards Association publish Vulnerability Guidance

11 May 2017

New guidance produced by the FLA and UK Cards Association.

Government approves new Motor Finance Specialist Apprenticeship Standard

Government approves new Motor Finance Specialist Apprenticeship Standard

11 May 2017

Our new apprenticeship standard for motor retailers and finance providers has been approved by the Department for Education and has been published on the GOV.UK website.

Under the spotlight: FLA Standard for the prevention of financial crime

Under the spotlight: FLA Standard for the prevention of financial crime

11 May 2017

Last year, FLA members agreed a new Standard that requires them to identify and verify every customer in a process known as Customer Due Diligence or CDD.

Industry consulted on Motor Finance Specialist Apprenticeship Standard

Industry consulted on Motor Finance Specialist Apprenticeship Standard

26 January 2017

The Finance & Leasing Association (FLA), working alongside employers in a Trailblazer group have developed a Motor Finance Specialist Apprenticeship Standard after receiving approval to do so by the Department for Education.

Reminder of new VED 2017 reporting requirements for motor retailers

Reminder of new VED 2017 reporting requirements for motor retailers

26 January 2017

With new Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) rates due to come into effect (for new cars only) on 1 April, here is a reminder of the key changes:

Under the spotlight: Taking advantage of the apprenticeship levy

Under the spotlight: Taking advantage of the apprenticeship levy

26 January 2017

In our October 2016 newsletter we explained how the delivery of apprenticeships in the UK is changing. Groups of employers (trailblazers) are now able to develop their own apprenticeship standards, allowing them to set out the skills and competencies required by apprentices working in their industry – just like the Motor Finance Specialist Standard will do for the automotive sector.

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