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PERG 4.10B.9GRP

Table: Definition of consumer buy-to-let business

Activity

Explanation

Entering into, or promising to enter into, aCBTL credit agreement in the course of a trade, business or profession (acting as a CBTL lender)

See PERG 4.10B.11G(1)

Administering a CBTL credit agreement in the course of a trade, business or profession (acting as a CBTL lender)

See PERG 4.10B.11G(2)

Acting as a CBTL arranger in relation to a CBTL credit agreement

See PERG 4.10B.12G

Acting as a CBTL adviser in relation to a CBTL credit agreement

See PERG 4.10B.13

A CBTL credit agreement is explained in PERG 4.10B.10G

FEES 4.4.9DRP
3To the extent that a firm4 has provided the information required by FEES 4.4.7 D to the FCA as part of its compliance with another provision of the Handbook, it is deemed to have complied with the provisions of that direction.444
FEES 5.9.3GRP
[deleted]3737
SUP 15.13.7GRP
The MCD Order requires notification to be given immediately. The FCA expects CBTL firms to act with all due urgency in notifying it of any relevant event, and it is unlikely that the FCA will regard delay in excess of 5 working days as complying with the CBTL firm's obligations.
FEES 4.2.7KRRP

42Where the measure is not cumulative (e.g. the number of traders for fee-block A10), the firm must use the figure relating to the valuation date specified in FEES 4 Annex 1R Part 548 (e.g. 31 December for A10)48. Table A sets out the reporting requirements for the key fee-blocks when full48 actual data is not available:

Table A: calculating tariff data for second and subsequent years of authorisation when full trading figures are not available

Fee-block

Tariff base

Calculation where trading data are not available

A1. Deposit acceptors

Average MELS for October - December

Use data available at 31 December or, if trading has not commenced by 31 December, use nil48.

A2. Home finance providers and administrators

Number of relevant contracts entered into or being administered in the twelve months up to 31 December

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

A3. Insurers - general

Gross written premium for fees purposes (GWP) 43for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December and best estimate liabilities for fees purposes (BEL) 43 valued at the end of the financial year

GWP 43 – apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

BEL – use 43 data at valuation date or, if trading has not commenced by then, use nil48.

A4. Insurers - life

Gross written premium for fees purposes (GWP) 43 for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December and best estimate liabilities for fees purposes (BEL) 43 valued at the end of the financial year

A5. Managing agents at Lloyd’s

Active capacity in respect of the underwriting year at the beginning of the period to which the fee relates

Not applicable.

A6. The Society of Lloyd’s

Bespoke fee

Not applicable.

A7. Portfolio managers

Funds under management valued at 31 December

Use data as at 31 December or, if trading has not commenced by 31 December, use nil48.

A9. Managers and depositaries of investment funds, and operators of collective investment schemes or pension schemes

Annual gross income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

A10. Firms dealing as principal

Number of traders as at 31 December

Use data as at 31 December or, if trading has not commenced by 31 December, use nil48.

A13. Advisors, arrangers, dealers or brokers

Annual income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at the annualised figure

A14. Corporate finance advisers

A18. Home finance providers, advisers and arrangers

A19. General insurance distribution44

A21. Firms holding client money or assets, or both

The highest amount of client money and the highest amount of custody assets held over the 12 months ending 31 December

The highest amount of client money and/or custody assets over the period between the date of authorisation and 31 December or, if trading has not started, use nil48.

B. Market operators,41 MTF operators and OTF operators41

Flat fee

Not applicable.

B. Service companies

Annual income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at the annualised figure.

B. Regulated benchmark45 administrators

Annual income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December39

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at the annualised figure.39

B. Recognised investment exchanges

Annual income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December39

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at the annualised figure.39

B. Recognised auction platforms

Flat fee

Not applicable.

B. Recognised overseas investment exchanges

Flat fee

Not applicable.

CC1. Credit-related regulated activities with limited permission

Annual income for the financial year ended in the calendar year ending 31 December

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

CC2. Credit related regulated activities

40

40

40

G.2 Payment services institutions – deposit acceptors

See A1 deposit acceptors

G.3. Large payment services institutions

Relevant income

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

G.4 Small payment institutions

Flat fee

Not applicable.

G.5 Other payment institutions

Relevant income

Apply the formula (A÷B) x 12 to arrive at an annualised figure.

G.10 Large electronic money institutions

Average outstanding e-money over 12 months ending 31 December

Average over the period from authorisation to 31 December.

G.11 Small electronic money institutions

Flat fee

Not applicable.

G.15 Issuer of regulated covered bonds

Value as at 31 December

Not applicable.

G.20 Consumer buy-to-let (CBTL) lender

Flat fee

Not applicable.

G.21 CBTL adviser and arranger

DEPP 2.5.18GRP
Some of the distinguishing features of notices given under enactments other than the Act are as follows: (1) [deleted]66(2) [deleted]66(3) Friendly Societies Act 1992, section 58A1: The warning notice and decision notice must set out the terms of the direction which the FCA6 proposes or has decided to give and any specification of when the friendly society is to comply with it. A decision notice given under section 58A(3) must give an indication of the society's right, given by
ICOBS 2.1.4GRP
In practice, private individuals may act in a number of capacities. The following table sets out a number of examples of how an individual acting in certain capacities should, in the FCA's view, be categorised.Customer classification examplesCapacityClassificationPersonal representatives, including executors, unless they are acting in a professional capacity, for example, a solicitor acting as executor.ConsumerPrivate individuals acting in personal or other family circumstances,