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Welcome Note from Sue RobinsonBack

Dear Colleague

The NFDA was invited by the House of Lords to submit evidence regarding trade after Brexit. It was positive to see that several of the concerns we raised were directly referenced in the report they published. Please click here to access the full report.

Following the publication of our Winter 2017 Dealer Attitude Survey we have looked at some additional analysis around movement in score –  please see below.  Our report and the full results are both available online.

In advance of the upcoming peak registration period, the DVLA has confirmed this week that opening times of the AFRL system will be extended in March. More details in the DVLA story in this week’s news.

URGENT NOTICE – GDPR WORKSHOP – 11 APRIL – LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE

Following feedback from members, the NFDA have arranged a face to face workshop with our retained Solicitors, TLT, to cover the following topics in relation to the changes to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR):

  1. Top 5 tips on how to complete each of the required actions set out in the ‘Roadmap to Compliance’ document.
  2. A practical workshop covering areas of compliance as set out in the ‘Roadmap to Compliance’ which impact dealers and suggested approaches to deal with these.
  3. An interactive feedback and information sharing session for dealers to discuss day to day GDPR compliance issues and how these could be overcome and/or mitigated.
  4. A discussion on how we can ensure a common approach with manufacturers and suppliers (eg CDK).

A briefing document is attached outlining the Welcome GDPR for your information.

This session will run from 10:00am to 4:00pm on Tuesday 11 April and will be held at TLT’s offices at 20 Gresham St, London EC2V 7JE.

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis so please contact louisewoods@rmif.co.uk to secure your place.

 

The NFDA is supporting the Autocar Great British Women Rising Stars. It is an opportunity to nominate any suitable candidates from your company, but you must do so before the deadline of 3 April. Please send your nominations to Jim Holder, at Autocar, jim.holder@haymarket.com.

NFDA is your trade association: we represent, you benefit. We want to hear from you, so if you need any assistance, clarifications or guidance, please contact us on the NFDA member helpline 01788 538303.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 17/03/2017