Registered users of the FLA website can book onto all events and training by clicking ‘Book On-Line’ located under ‘Event Details’ on every page. FLA events are designed for Full and Associate Members and are allocated on first-come first-served basis. We welcome applications from non-member companies unless these are closed events and only open to FLA members.
Booking Terms and Conditions
FLA Event bookings are subject to the following conditions:
Payment – all bookings must be paid for in advance and an invoice will be generated as soon as the FLA receives your booking.
Cancellations – must be made in writing and may incur an administration charge. No refund will be made for cancellations where notice is 30 days or less. Transferring from one event to another is treated as a cancellation. However, you may substitute one delegate for another. If you would like to do this, please let us know in writing before noon on the business day prior to the start of the event.
Joining Instructions - event information, including any dial-in details, will be sent to you on email 48 hours prior to the event.
FLA Members: Once the in-house training course has been confirmed in writing, the member will be invoiced for 60% of the agreed course price, which must be paid in advance of the course. The remaining balance, together with all trainers’ expenses, will be invoiced once the course has taken place.
Non FLA Members: Once the in-house training course has been confirmed in writing, the non-member will be invoiced for 100% of the agreed course price, which must be paid in advance of the course. The remaining balance, together with all trainers’ expenses, will be invoiced once the course has taken place.
The Finance & Leasing Association will use the data you provide to process your registration. We would also like to use the data to keep you informed (by telephone or email) of other FLA events, products and services. Please contact the FLA is you would like us to send you details of future events.
All FLA meetings and events, including social events, are subject to the application of competition law and therefore must be conducted in compliance with competition law. Any business information which is sensitive or strategically useful must not be discussed, including any reference to pricing, margins, discounts, trading terms, use of third party suppliers or market share.
You are reminded that failure to comply with competition law may bring with it serious consequences for individuals and their companies. Such consequences include heavy fines and, in certain cases, the imposition of criminal penalties and sentences.