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Welcome Note from Sue RobinsonBack

Dear colleague,

As you may know, new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduce new stricter requirements for keeping and using personal data. Organisations must be compliant by 25 May 2018, failure to comply will result in harsh fines. Following the first workshop run by NFDA solicitors TLT in April, we are holding a second one next week on 6 July in Warwick, with a further workshop to be held later in the month. Please contact louise.woods@mif.co.uk now if you would like to attend as there is limited availability.

To assist you in meeting the challenge of GDPR compliance, we have also drawn up a questionnaire to send to your suppliers, manufacturers, DMS providers, insurers and finance houses, to ask them how they use your data. We have also contacted manufacturers to request what steps they are putting in place to ensure that there is a co-ordinated industry approach. If you require more information and to receive the questionnaire, please email louise.woods@mif.co.uk.

This week, NFDA in association with the International Car Distribution Program (ICDP) published the ‘Life After Brexit’ discussion paper which analyses risks and challenges, sets out priorities and investigates opportunities that are likely to appear for the retail automotive sector as the post Brexit situation emerges. It is crucial that the strength of the industry is not undermined by uncertainty in the forthcoming months as negotiations develop. Please see more details below and click here to download a copy of ‘Life after Brexit’.

Following the General Election, the Prime Minister Theresa May now has a minority Government, with support from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). The Conservatives and the DUP have come to a ‘confidence and supply’ agreement, whereby the DUP agrees to support the government on motions of confidence, the Queen’s Speech, the Budget and all other finance and money bills. As the new Government settles in, the NFDA is contacting those newly elected and those who are returning to Parliament.

NFDA is your trade association: we represent, you benefit. If you need any assistance, guidance or clarifications, please contact us on the NFDA member helpline: 01788 538303

 

Posted by Sue Robinson on 30/06/2017