Chartsbridge has announced that it has become an Associate Member of the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) following a vote by the association's members.

The Finance & Leasing Association is the leading trade body for the asset, consumer and motor finance sectors in the UK. In 2019, members of the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) provided £140.3 billion of new finance to UK businesses and households, £48.0 billion of which helped consumers and businesses buy new and used cars, including over 91% of private new car registrations.

FLA members comprise banks and their subsidiaries, the finance arms of leading retailers and manufacturing companies, and a range of independent firms, helping to boost UK production, support demand for UK goods and services, and secure jobs.

One of the most important services that the FLA offers to members is to make sure that their views are heard by those shaping the business environment in which they operate. 


Driving higher standards

As a dynamic entrant to the motor finance collections, recoveries and enforcement sector, Chartsbridge is driving new levels of transparency, higher operating standards and innovation into our market. We are proud to have joined the FLA as an Associate Member supporting their activities in the sector.

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