Motor industry executives will receive an in-depth briefing on the implications of the Financial Conduct Authority’s final report on motor finance during a major new conference next week.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering changes to the way commission works in the motor finance sector after it uncovered “serious concerns” about the way in which lenders are choosing to reward car retailers and other credit brokers.
At the IAFN Consumer and Business Auto Finance Regulatory Forum 2019 in London on April 4, industry experts will examine the report's impact on the industry.
Among the speakers will be Jo Davis (pictured), partner and head of asset and consumer finance at Locke Lord, who will provide a detailed briefing on the legal implications of the report.
Adrian Dally, head of motor finance at the Finance and Leasing Association, will be delving into the detail of the report, while Spencer Halil, director of ALPHERA Financial Services, will provide an independent finance provider view on its implications.
Paul Speakman, director of Automotive Compliance, will be providing expert advice on what the industry needs to know about compliant communication, while Steve Faulkner, co-founder and managing director of The Moto Club, will brief delegates on compliant organisational structures for auto finance providers and dealers.
Asia Anwar Jones, senior account director, TransUnion, will be revealing the future role of affordability technology.
For full details of the event, sponsored by Locke Lord and White Clarke Group, which takes place at the London Hilton Canary Wharf, visit the event website or book a ticket using the form below.