All articles by Adam Tyler
The pound in your pocket
The fall in the value of the pound since the Brexit vote seems likely to result in rising inflation as the cost of imported goods goes up, and this shift is just beginning to affect the UK’s leasing business in a number of specific areas, according to Adam Tyler, former chief executive officer at NACFB
Traditional lenders are gaining ground on alternative rivals
Asset finance may not be exactly be box-office material, but the potential for innovation is more than just popcorn according to Adam Tyler, chief executive officer at NACFB
Turning business away
The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) is turning down more advances from new alternative lenders, writes Adam Tyler, chief executive officer at the NACFB
Have you looked at an alternative bank account?
Adam Tyler, chief executive of the UK’s National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, considers SME banking options in the light of the CMA report.
All eyes on the SME
UK’s broker association chief Adam Tyler explains how the broker community are interacting with Britain’s SMEs.
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Cracking the code
Adam Tyler, chief executive of the NACFB, crunches the numbers over the Code of Practice in the UK
The future looks very different for car ownership
Chief executive officer of National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) Adam Tyler ponders the advancing role of technology in cars.
Flying the asset finance flag
Adam Tyler, chief executive officer of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers examines leasing industry figures as it prepares its own industry survey.
One year on, how is the Consumer Credit Act working?
I’d like to share with you some figures that show the scale of what the FCA is facing – firms listed based on the highest-risk interim permission they held when the interim permission was created in April 2014.
The true cost of compliance
Quite unusually for the NACFB, we’ve taken a lot of calls from brokers wanting to go out and get training and qualifications. In the past we’ve tried to push these things on our members, and now the pressure is coming from them.