POLICY STATEMENT AND PURPOSE
Moto Car Centre LTD has appropriate internal procedures which encourage workers to
uphold the FCA principles and TCF outcomes and continually monitor to ensure this is
embedded into the culture of our operation.
This policy sets out the procedures followed by the Motor Car Centre to encourage and ensure
a TFC culture is embedded in all activities. The policy forms an overview of TCF activity as it is
inherent to all other stated policies.
The policy applies to all employees involved in regulated activities within the Motor Car Centre
and all its subsidiary and appointed representative companies.
The Financial Conduct authority (FCA) expects authorised firms to conduct their business within
the rules and principles for business
The FCA provide further guidance on the achievement of this principle through their requirement
that all authorised firms and appointed representatives provide evidence that a TCF culture is at
the heart of the business thought the achievement of stated outcomes:
1. Consumers can be confident that they are dealing with firms where the fair treatment of
customers is central to the corporate culture
2. Products and services marketed and sold in the retail market are designed to meet the
needs of identified consumer groups and are targeted accordingly
3. Consumers are provided with clear information and kept appropriately informed before,
during and after the point of sale
4. Where consumers receive advice, the advice is suitable and takes account of their
5. Consumers are provided with products that perform as firms have lead them to expect,
and the associated service is of an acceptable standard and as they have been lead to
6. Consumers do not face unreasonable post-sale barriers imposed by firms to change
product, switch provider, submit a claim or make a complaint
Consumers can be confident that they are dealing with firms where the fair treatment of
customers is central to the corporate culture:
1. Training, competence, monitoring and audit programs embed a TCF culture
2. Product and funding partnerships are agreed following careful due diligence on the
partner company to ensure TCF continues post sale and in the design of products,
3. All attempts are made to treat customers equally whilst recognising specific demands
4. Motor Car Centre monitors sales and product performance against key performance and
risk indicators and industry benchmarks with a view to taking action where risk or
customer detriment is identified.
Products and services marketed and sold in the retail market are designed to meet the
needs of identified consumer groups and are targeted accordingly:
1. Motor Car Centre provides a limited number of regulated product offerings which are
related to the demands and needs of our customer base.
2. Annual review is conducted to ensure that products offered continue to meet the
demands and needs expressed by customers. Review of early settlements and policy
claims is conducted to ensure that customers are benefiting from chosen products.
Consumers are provided with clear information and kept appropriately informed before,
during and after the point of sale:
1. All customer communications and promotions are clear, fair and not misleading and
provide a balanced view on the product benefits and limitations in order that customers
can make an informed decision to purchase.
2. Pricing is transparent.
3. Customer documentation is reviewed regularly and is designed to inform and advise
customers appropriately and in a timely manner.
4. Multi-channel communication is utilised to meet differing customer requirements.
Where consumers receive advice, the advice is suitable and takes account of their
1. Staff remuneration is such that it avoids conflict with the advice provided to customers
through a balanced pay plan.
2. The sales process ensures that the individual needs of a client are assessed.
3. Change to customer circumstance is confirmed before the continuation of any sales
process over a sustained period.
4. Sales personnel are trained and competent.
5. Monitoring and oversight activities confirm that the sales process continues to meet
regulatory requirements including TCF.
6. Customer feedback is collected and assessed and influences the forward strategy of the
Consumers are provided with products that perform as firms have led them to expect,
and the associated service is of an acceptable standard and as they have been led to
1. Management information provides overview of post-sale activities including
cancellations, claims, complaints, repeat business etc.
2. Complaints are monitored and action taken on the root cause.
3. The sales process ensures that customers have a clear understanding of the products
and services they choose to purchase and the involvement of 3rd parties post sale.
Consumers do not face unreasonable post-sale barriers imposed by firms to change
product switch provider, submit a claim or make a complaint:
1. Customers are provided with verbal and documented information on administration
2. Partnerships are reviewed in regard to management information which demonstrates
This policy takes effect immediately. All managers should ensure that staff is aware of this policy
and its requirements. If staff have any queries in relation to the policy, they should discuss this
with their line manager or the compliance director.