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Sotiris Kanaris

How Brexit could affect OEMs

The result of the 23rd of June could affect car manufacturers based in the UK in a number of ways, according to industry experts.

BCA Marketplace revenue exceeds £1.15bn

Remarketing group BCA Marketplace has reported revenue of £1.153m in the 15 months ended 3 April 2016.

Lex Autolease broker division delivers 60,000th vehicle

Lex Autolease, Lloyds’ fleet arm, has leased the 60,000th vehicle through its broker division, eight months on from passing the 50,000 milestone.

Alphabet International appoints Schooling as CCO

Richard Schooling has been appointed as chief commercial officer at fleet lessor Alphabet International.

77% of SMMT members in favour of ‘Bremain’

More than three quarters (77%) of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) member companies said remaining in Europe would be the best for their business.

Sofico completes 30th Miles implementation

Global fleet and leasing software provider Sofico has reached a new milestone with the completion of its 30th Miles implementation project.

Lex Autolease to supply Computacenter with 1,100 vehicles by 2020

Lex Autolease, the fleet arm of Lloyds Bank, will provide more than 1,100 cars and commercial vehicles to IT infrastructure services supplier Computacenter over the next five years.

Isaac appointed chairman of the FLA’s asset finance division

Head of Lombard Ian Isaac has been appointed chairman of the asset finance division for the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA), the trade body for the asset, consumer and motor finance sectors in the UK.

SMMT: New car registrations up 2.5% in May

New car registrations increased 2.5% year-on-year in May to 203,585 units, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). This was the highest May figure since 2002.

ACEA revises registrations forecast up to 14m units

On the occasion of its 25th anniversary General Assembly meeting in Berlin yesterday, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) revised its forecast for 2016 car registrations upwards from its initial January forecast of 2% growth.