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BVRLA spotlights brokers

The BVRLA has announced the formation of a committee to deal exclusively with issues affecting the leasing broker sector.

Made up of representatives from its leasing broker membership the committee has been given a wide ranging brief to cover all issues that may affect the sector concentrating on quality standards, industry influence, services and lobbying government.

The new committee will be chaired by Graham Prince, of Neva Consultants.

He said: "In order to become a member, leasing brokers have to undergo a stiff quality assurance inspection. It’s not simply a matter of paying your fees and you’re in.”

“Leasing brokers who have joined the BVRLA are those companies who place quality, integrity and value for their customers above all. It’s what differentiates them from the rest of the leasing broker market. And of course, it’s about providing added value services - quality services that customers can rely on and trust.

“And we’re working towards improving standards still further. We’re in the process of reviewing the leasing broker member’s code of conduct, with a particular emphasis on quality standards. And that’s a mandatory code, of course. Only by using a BVRLA leasing broker member can customers be assured of the best possible service backed by the authority of the industry’s trade association."

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