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6 Aug 2020

Increased scrutiny is being placed upon the UK's growing use of Buy Now Pay Later services

5 Aug 2020

The free ACT subscription offer was taken up by a large number of businesses across the UK, helping to raise hundreds of pounds for a great cause

5 Aug 2020

The brands currently bossing customer experience and the six key pillars to drive your business in the right direction

5 Aug 2020

Organisers say Local Bike Shop Day provides a perfect vehicle for cycle shops to encourage local residents to resurrect their own as well as their children's bikes, or upgrade or buy new if...

4 Aug 2020

The Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme is funded by the Scottish Government and delivered through Cycling UK and participating retailers to provide free bike repair and maintenance workup to a...

28 Jul 2020

In recognition of the unique times we're in Cycle to Work Day are asking people to cycle for a reason personal to them for the chance to win a prize.

28 Jul 2020

The first batch of bike repair vouchers worth £50 have been released to the public in a pilot scheme to encourage thousands of people get back into cycling

28 Jul 2020

To help with recruitment in the retail sector during these extremely challenging times, Indie Retail are offering free job listings across anarray of platforms in a bid to unite employers...

27 Jul 2020

This is the last week to sign up for the ACT's charity appeal bronze subscription raising money for the National Emergencies Trust (NET)!

23 Jul 2020

#BikeIsBest is calling on the UK public to sign and share thepetition, make your voice heard and help to show local authorities there's significant unmet demand for safe cycling...

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Important Information if you have FCA authorisation

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

The FCA are requesting that firms now prepare for a phased move to new data collection platform RegData.

The FCA are preparing to gradually move all FCA registered firms to RegData, which replaces Gabriel.

Firms moving dates will be determined by the nature of their reporting obligations and schedules. The FCA will communicate with your firm directly 3 weeks before your moving date.

In the meantime, it is important that you now check that you have:

  • up-to-date contact details in Gabriel
  • reviewed your users and permissions (eg principal users, administrators)
  • accurate information about all other active users

Until the FCA move your business to RegData, they have instructed that you continue to use Gabriel as normal, using your existing Gabriel login details.

If you haven't registered for RegData yet, you'll need to complete a one-off registration activity process the next time you log into Gabriel.

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