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CONC 6.2.1RRP
(1) Before significantly increasing:(a) the amount of credit to be provided under a regulated credit agreement; or(b) a credit limit for running-account credit under a regulated credit agreement;the lender must undertake an assessment of the customer's creditworthiness. [Note: section 55B(2) of CCA](2) A firm carrying out the assessment in (1) must consider: (a) the potential for the commitments under the regulated credit agreement to adversely impact the customer's financial
CONC 6.2.1ARRP
(1) 2This rule applies if, in relation to a regulated credit agreement: (a) an individual other than the borrower (in this rule referred to as “the guarantor”) has provided a guarantee or an indemnity (or both); and(b) the lender is required to undertake an assessment of the customer under CONC 6.2.1R.(2) Before doing either of the things mentioned in (1), the lender must undertake an assessment of the potential for the guarantor’s commitments in respect of the regulated credit
CONC 6.2.2RRP
Where CONC 6.2.1 R or CONC 6.2.1AR2 applies to a firm: [Note: paragraph 4.2 of ILG](1) the firm must comply with CONC 5.3.2 R, CONC 5.3.4 R, CONC 5.3.5 R, CONC 5.3.6 R and CONC 5.3.7 R(2) the rules in CONC 5.3 referred to in (1) apply with the modifications necessary to take into account that CONC 6.2.1 R concerns increases in the amount of credit and in credit limits and when the increase is to take place;2(3) the guidance in CONC 5.3 applies accordingly and CONC 5.2.3 G and
CONC 6.8.2GRP
Where a firm takes on responsibility for giving information to a customer or receiving information from a customer in accordance with provisions of the CCA (for example, supplying a copy of an executed regulated credit agreement under section 61A of the CCA) the firm should ensure it is familiar with the relevant statutory requirements and has adequate system and procedures in place to comply with the provision in question.
CONC 6.8.3GRP
(1) Under section 155 of the CCA an individual has a right to a refund of the firm's fee (less £5) (or for that fee not to be payable) where the individual has not entered into an agreement to which section 155 applies within six months of an introduction:5(a) to a source of credit or of bailment (or in Scotland of hire); or5(b) to another firm that carries on credit broking of the kind specified in article 36A(1)(a) to (c) of the RAO disregarding the effect of paragraph (2) of
CONC 6.8.4ARRP
3If a customer has not entered into an agreement referred to in section 155(2) of the CCA within six months of the customer being introduced by the firm to a potential source of credit or of bailment (or in Scotland of hire), or to another firm that carries on credit broking of the kind specified in article 36A(1)(a) to (c) of the RAO (disregarding the effect of paragraph (2) of that article)5, as soon as reasonably practicable after the expiry of that six-month period a firm
CONC 5A.1.2GRP
(1) A variation or supplement of, or an exercise of a contractual power to vary or supplement, an agreement for high-cost short-term credit made before 2 January 2015 will be covered by this chapter if it has the result that a new charge, or an increase in an existing charge, is payable. (2) An example of where a charge results from a variation or supplement is where the duration of an agreement made before 2 January 2015 is extended and a further charge by way of interest or
CONC 5A.1.4GRP
Section 137C of the Act (FCA general rules: cost of credit and duration of credit agreements) as amended by the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act 2013, places a duty on the FCA to make general rules with a view to securing an appropriate degree of protection for borrowers against excessive charges.
CONC 5A.1.5GRP
In accordance with that duty, the purpose of this chapter is:(1) to specify the descriptions of regulated credit agreement appearing to the FCA to involve the provision of high-cost short-term credit to which this chapter applies by using the definition of high-cost short-term credit set out in the Glossary;(2) to secure an appropriate degree of protection for borrowers against excessive charges; and (3) as a result, to restrict the charges for such high-cost short-term credi
PERG 2.11.7GRP
(1) 4Under paragraph 54A(1) of the Schedule to the Exemption Order, a person who serves, or takes steps to serve, a document on a borrower or a hirer for the purposes of legal proceedings, including arbitration and insolvency proceedings, brought or to be brought for the payment of a debt due under a credit agreement, a P2P agreement or a consumer hire agreement is exempted from debt collecting, as long as the person:(a) is not the lender or owner under the agreement; and(b) does
PERG 2.11.8GRP
(1) 4The exemption in paragraph 55 of the Schedule to the Exemption Order covers special purpose vehicles and other entities which are part of a structured finance transaction and which meet the specified conditions. It confers exemption from the general prohibition on a person (“P”) for the regulated activity of exercising, or having the right to exercise. the lender’s rights and duties under a regulated credit agreement (and associated regulated activities) where there is an
MCOB 9.1.3RRP
This chapter applies in the circumstances set out in other rules in this sourcebook, but in relation to an equity release transaction2, in accordance with the table in MCOB 9.1.4 R.2
MCOB 9.1.5RRP
In this chapter, references to an equity release transaction2 include, where the context requires, references to arrangements which are capable of becoming an equity release transaction2. 22
MCOB 9.1.7GRP
(1) 3This chapter does not apply to an MCD lifetime mortgage, except as set out in (2) to (3), below.(2) MCOB 9.4.33 R, MCOB 9.4.35 R, MCOB 9.4.62 R and MCOB 9.4.63 R apply to the extent specified by MCOB 5A.6.2 R.(3) MCOB 9.6 to MCOB 9.8 apply, except for rules that modify or replace MCOB 7.6.7R to MCOB 7.6.17R (because those rules do not apply to an MCD mortgage lender or an MCD mortgage credit intermediary, MCOB 7B applies instead: see MCOB 7.1.2AR and MCOB 7.1.2BG).
CONC 3.1.3RRP
This chapter, unless a rule in CONC 3 specifies differently, applies to:(1) a communication with a customer in relation to a credit agreement;(2) the communication or approval for communication of a financial promotion in relation to a credit agreement;(3) a communication with a customer in relation to credit broking;(4) the communication or approval for communication of a financial promotion in relation to credit broking;(5) a communication with a borrower or a prospective borrower
CONC 3.1.6RRP
CONC 3 does not apply to:(1) a financial promotion or a communication which expressly or by implication indicates clearly that it is solely promoting credit agreements or consumer hire agreements or P2P agreements for the purposes in each case of a customer's business;(2) a financial promotion or a communication to the extent that it relates to qualifying credit; or(3) an excluded communication.
CONC 3.1.9RRP
This chapter applies to a firm in relation to:(1) a communication with, or the communication or approval for communication of a financial promotion to, a person in the UK;(2) the communication of an unsolicited real time financial promotion, unless it is made from a place, and for the purposes of a business which is only carried on, outside the UK; and(3) the communication or approval for communication of a financial promotion that is an electronic commerce communication to a
CONC 5.5.2GRP
(1) This section contains rules that apply to the person operating the electronic system that facilitates persons becoming lenders and borrowers under P2P agreements, in contrast to CONC 5.2 which applies to the lender.(2) A P2P agreement may also be a credit agreement or a regulated credit agreement in which case applicable provisions of the CCA or CONC will apply to such agreements. The extent to which CCA provisions apply to a lender will depend largely on whether the lender
CONC 5.5.3RRP
(1) Before a P2P agreement is made, a firm must undertake an assessment of the creditworthiness of the prospective borrower.(2) A firm carrying out the assessment in (1) must consider: (a) the potential for the commitments under the P2P agreement to adversely impact the prospective borrower's financial situation, taking into account the information of which the firm is aware at the time the P2P agreement is to be made; and (b) the ability of the prospective borrower to make repayments
CONC 5.5.7RRP
(1) 1This rule applies if, in relation to a P2P agreement: (a) the prospective borrower is an individual;(b) an individual other than the borrower (in this rule referred to as “the guarantor”) is to provide a guarantee or an indemnity (or both); and(c) the firm is required to undertake an assessment of the prospective borrower under CONC 5.5.3R.(2) Before the P2P agreement is made, the firm must undertake an assessment of the potential for the guarantor’s commitments in respect
PERG 8.17-A.2GRP
Rights under a relevant credit agreement are a controlled investment. A relevant credit agreement is defined as a credit agreement other than a regulated mortgage contract or a regulated home purchase plan.
PERG 8.17-A.4GRP
Providing relevant consumer credit is a controlled activity. This is defined as entering into a relevant credit agreement (other than an agreement under which qualifying credit is provided) as lender, or exercising or having the rights to exercise the rights of the lender under such an agreement.
PERG 8.17-A.7GRP
There are three other controlled activities that involve both of the controlled investments of relevant credit agreements and consumer hire agreements:(1) credit broking;(2) debt adjusting;(3) debt counselling;
CONC 4.1.3RRP
(1) When a firm provides a quotation to a customer in connection with a prospective credit agreement which would or might be secured on the customer's home, the firm must include (or cause to be included) in the quotation a statement that such security would or might be required. [Note: regulation 3a of SI 1999/2725](2) When a firm provides a quotation to a customer (C) in connection with a prospective credit agreement which would or might be secured on C’s home under which, while
CONC 4.1.4RRP
(1) When a firm provides a quotation to a customer in connection with a prospective credit agreement which would or might be secured on the customer's home, the firm must include (or cause to be included) in the quotation a statement that such security would or might be required.[Note: regulation 6 of SI 1999/2725](2) When a firm provides a quotation to a customer (C) in connection with a prospective credit agreement which would or might be secured on C’s home under which, while
CONC 4.1.5RRP
(1) Paragraphs (2) to (5) apply to CONC 4.1.3 R and CONC 4.1.4 R (rules on content of quotations).(2) “Quotation” means any document by which a person gives a customer information about the terms on which the person or a lender or owner is prepared to do business, but it does not include:(a) a communication which is also a financial promotion;(b) any document given to a customer under section 58 of the CCA (opportunity for withdrawal from prospective land mortgage);(c) any document
CONC 7.6.1RRP
(1) A firm must not exercise its rights under a continuous payment authority (or purport to do so):(a) unless it has been explained to the customer that the continuous payment authority would be used in the way in question; and(b) other than in accordance with the terms specified in the credit agreement or the P2P agreement.(2) If a firm wishes a customer to change the terms of a continuous payment authority it must contact the customer and:(a) provide the customer with an adequate
CONC 7.6.2GRP
A firm should not:(1) request a payment service provider to make a payment from the customer's payment account1 unless:(a) (i) the amount of the payment (or the basis on which payments may be taken) is specified in or permitted by the credit agreement or P2P agreement; and(ii) the amount of the payment (or the basis on which payments may be taken) was referred to in the adequate explanation required by CONC 4.6.2 R; or(b) the firm has complied in relation to such a request with
CONC 7.6.2ARRP
(1) 2This rule applies where the terms of a regulated credit agreement or a P2P agreement do not provide for a continuous payment authority and it is proposed that a customer will grant a continuous payment authority to:(a) a lender or a person who has permission to carry on the activity of operating an electronic system in relation to lending; or(b) a debt collector¸ provided that the debt collector is acting under an arrangement with the lender or the person who has permission
CONC 7.6.2BGRP
(1) 2Where a regulated credit agreement or a P2P agreement does not incorporate the terms of a continuous payment authority, CONC 7.6.2AR enables a continuous payment authority to be put in place (for example, for a repayment plan) without necessarily requiring an amendment to the agreement. But CONC 7.6.2AR applies only where the customer is in arrears or default, and the creation of the continuous payment authority supports the fair treatment of the customer and facilitates
CONC 11.1.1RRP
Except as provided for in CONC 11.1.2 R or where PROF 5.4.1 R (1) or PROF 5.4.1 R (2) applies, a consumer has a right to cancel a distance contract without penalty and without giving any reason, within 14 calendar days where that contract is:(1) a credit agreement;(2) an agreement between a consumer and a firm the subject matter of which comprises or relates to credit broking,1debt counselling, debt adjusting, providing credit information services or providing credit references,
CONC 11.1.2RRP
(1) For a credit agreement there is no right to cancel under CONC 11.1.1 R, unless (2) or (3) applies, in respect of:(a) a regulated consumer credit agreement (within the meaning of that section) to which section 66A (right to withdraw) of the CCA applies;(b) a credit agreement under which a lender provides credit to a consumer and where the consumer's obligation to repay is secured by a legal mortgage on land;(c) a credit agreement cancelled under regulation 15(1) of the Consumer
CONC 11.1.3GRP
Section 66A of the CCA (right to withdraw) does not apply to an agreement for credit exceeding £60,260 (unless the agreement is a residential renovation agreement)2, an agreement secured on land, a restricted-use credit agreement to finance the purchase of land or an agreement for a bridging loan in connection with the purchase of land. Section 67 of the CCA (cancellable agreements) applies to regulated credit agreements (apart from agreements secured on land, restricted-use credit
PERG 8.17.12GRP
Article 28B (Real time communications: introductions) exempts a real time financial promotion that relates to one or more of the controlled activities about regulated mortgage contracts, as well as home reversion plans, home purchase plans,4regulated sale and rent back agreements3, certain consumer hire agreements and relevant credit agreements4. The exemption is subject to the following conditions being satisfied:224(1) the financial promotion must be made for the purpose of,
PERG 8.17.19GRP
4Rights under a relevant credit agreement are also a controlled investment. A relevant credit agreement is a credit agreement other than a regulated mortgage contract or a regulated home purchase plan. Entering into a relevant credit agreement as lender, or exercising or having the rights to exercise the rights of the lender under such an agreement, is a controlled activity under paragraph 10BA of Schedule 1 to the Financial Promotion Order, except where the agreement is for the
PERG 8.17.21GRP

4Guide to potential application of MCOB 3A5 and CONC 3 to financial promotion of credit. This table belongs to PERG 8.17.20 G.

5

Subject of promotion

MCOB 3A5 may apply

5

CONC 3 may apply

(1)

regulated mortgage contracts

Yes

No

(2)

credit agreements secured on land where the lender also enters into regulated mortgage contracts as lender

Yes

No

(3)

credit agreements not secured on land, whether or not the lender also enters into regulated mortgage contracts as lender

No

Yes

(4)

credit agreements secured on land where the lender does not enter into regulated mortgage contracts as lender

No

Yes

(5)

credit agreements partly secured on land that include some unsecured credit and where the lender enters into regulated mortgage contracts as lender

Yes

No

(6)

credit agreements with features as in (1), (2) or (5) promoted in combination with other unsecured credit agreements

Yes

Yes

BIPRU 4.3.56RRP
A default must be considered to have occurred with regard to a particular obligor when either or both of the two following events has taken place:(1) the firm considers that the obligor is unlikely to pay its credit obligations to the firm, the parent undertaking or any of its subsidiary undertakings in full, without recourse by the firm to actions such as realising security (if held); and(2) the obligor is past due more than 90 days on any material credit obligation to the firm,
BIPRU 4.3.57RRP
The following provisions also apply with respect to the definition of default:(1) for overdrafts, days past due commence once an obligor has breached an advised limit, has been advised a limit smaller than current outstandings, or has drawn credit without authorisation and the underlying amount is material;(2) an advised limit means a limit which has been brought to the knowledge of the obligor;(3) days past due for credit cards commence on the minimum payment due date;(4) in
BIPRU 4.3.59RRP
A firm must have a policy which sets out how it will determine whether a credit obligation or, for overdrafts, the underlying amount, is material for the purposes of the definition of default in BIPRU 4.3.56 R (2) and BIPRU 4.3.57 R (5).
BIPRU 4.3.63RRP
(1) Elements to be taken as indications of unlikeliness to pay must include the items set out in this rule.(2) The firm putting the credit obligation on non-accrued status must be taken as an indication of unlikeliness to pay.(3) The firm making a value adjustment resulting from a significant perceived decline in credit quality subsequent to the firm taking on the exposure must be taken as an indication of unlikeliness to pay.(4) The firm selling the credit obligation at a material
PERG 4.4A.1AGRP
2Prior to 21 March 2016, the definition of ‘regulated mortgage contract’ in article 61(3)(a) of the Regulated Activities Order was limited to mortgage contracts secured by a first legal mortgage (but not a second charge mortgage or an equitable mortgage) of land in the United Kingdom (rather than land in the EEA), and the regulated activity of administering a regulated mortgage contract was limited to mortgage contracts entered into on or after 31 October 2004, being the date
PERG 4.4A.1CGRP
(1) 2Mortgage contracts that potentially became regulated mortgage contracts on 21 March 2016 include, for example:(a) mortgages entered into before 31 October 2004;(b) second charge mortgages; and(c) equitable mortgages.(2) However: (a) a mortgage contract entered into before 21 March 2016, which was not already a regulated mortgage contract only became a regulated mortgage contract if it was a ‘consumer credit back book mortgage contract’ within the meaning of article 2 of
PERG 7.1.1GRP
This chapter applies to anyone involved in publishing periodicals, or in providing news services or broadcasts, who gives (or proposes to give) advice about securities, structured deposits,4relevant investments, P2P agreements,4home finance transactions1or certain pension transfers or conversions4 and who wishes to determine whether he will be carrying on the regulated activities of advising on investments, advising on regulated credit agreements for the acquisition of land2 oradvising
PERG 7.1.2GRP
The purpose of this chapter is to provide guidance as to:(1) when a person involved in publishing periodicals, or in providing news services or broadcasts, requires authorisation to carry on the regulated activities of advising on investments, advising on regulated credit agreements for the acquisition of land,4advising on a home finance transaction1or advising on conversion or transfer of pension benefits4 (see PERG 7.3 (Does the activity require authorisation));21(2) if he does,
CONC 7.5.1GRP
(1) Failure to comply with CONC 6.5.2 R, which sets out when a firm must give notice to a customer where a regulated credit agreement has been assigned to a third party, will be taken into account by the FCA in taking decisions about a firm'spermission or about taking other action.[Note: paragraph 3.7g of DCG](2) CONC 6.5.2 R makes it clear that where arrangements for servicing the credit change at the time of the assignment of a regulated credit agreement, notice must be given
CONC 7.5.2RRP
A firm must not pursue an individual whom the firm knows or believes might not be the borrower or hirer under a credit agreement or a consumer hire agreement.[Note: paragraph 3.5f of DCG]
CONC 3.7.1RRP
This section applies to a financial promotion or a communication with a customer in relation to credit broking in relation to a regulated credit agreement.
CONC 3.7.2RRP
CONC 3.7.4 G also applies to a financial promotion or a communication with a customer in relation to the activities specified in article 36A(1)(a) or (c) of the Regulated Activities Order in relation to a credit agreement that would be a regulated credit agreement but for the relevant provisions.
CONC 7.13.1GRP
The obtaining, recording, holding and passing on of information about individuals for the purposes of tracing a customer and/or recovering a debt due under a credit agreement or a consumer hire agreement or a P2P agreement will involve the processing of personal data. Accordingly, firms processing such data are data controllers or data processors and are obliged to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 and, in particular, to adhere to the eight data protection principles.[Note:
CONC 7.13.7RRP
Where a firm has established that an individual being pursued for a debt is not the true borrower or hirer under the credit agreement, regulated credit agreement, consumer hire agreement or regulated consumer hire agreement or that the debt has been paid, the firm must update its records and the data supplied to the credit reference agencies (where applicable).[Note: paragraph 3.23f of DCG]
CONC App 1.3.1RRP
(1) This section specifies:(a) the persons or classes of persons to whom the exemption in article 60E(2) of the Regulated Activities Order applies; and(b) the agreements or classes of agreement to which the exemption in article 60E(2) of the Regulated Activities Order applies. (1A) 2Paragraphs (2) to (5) do not apply where the applicable agreement is an MCD article 3(1)(b) credit agreement.(2) Where the lender is a body specified in CONC App 1.3.2 R or an authorised person with
CONC App 1.3.2RRP

Bodies whose agreements of the specified description are exempt agreements

INSURANCE COMPANIES

Abbey Life Assurance Company Limited

Abbey Life Pension and Annuities Limited

Albany Life Assurance Company Limited

Allchurches Life Assurance Limited

Alliance Assurance Company Limited

Allied Dunbar Assurance PLC

Ambassador Life Assurance Company Limited

American Life Insurance Company

Ansvar Insurance Company Limited

Atlas Assurance Company Limited

Australian Mutual Provident Society

Avon Insurance PLC

Black Horse Life Assurance Company Limited

Bradford Insurance Company Limited

Britannic Assurance Public Limited Company

The British & European Reinsurance Company Limited

British Equitable Assurance Company Limited

The British Life Office Limited

The British Oak Insurance Company Limited

British Reserve Insurance Company Limited

Caledeonian Insurance Company

The Cambrian Insurance Company Limited

The Canada Life Assurance Company

Cannon Assurance Limited

Car and General Insurance Corporation Limited

City of Westminster Assurance Company Limited

City of Westminster Assurance Society Limited

Clerical, Medical and General Life Assurance Society

Colonial Life (UK) Limited

The Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society Limited

Commercial Union Assurance Company plc

Commercial Union Pensions Management Limited

Commercial Union Life Assurance Company Limited

Confederation Life Insurance Company

The Contingency Insurance Company Limited

Co-operative Insurance Society Limited

Cornhill Insurance Public Limited Company

Criterion Insurance Company Limited

Crown Life Assurance Company Limited

Crown Life Insurance Company Limited

Crown Life Pensions Limited

Crusader Insurance PLC

The Dominion Insurance Company Limited

Eagle Star Insurance Company Limited

Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc

Economic Insurance Company Limited

English & American Insurance Company Limited

The Equitable Life Assurance Society

Equico International Limited

Equity & Law Life Assurance Society plc

Essex and Suffolk Insurance Company Limited

Excess Insurance Company Limited

Federation Mutual Insurance Limited

Fine Art and General Insurance Company Limited

Friends' Provident Life Office

FS Assurance Limited

General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation Public Limited Company

General Accident Life Assurance Limited

General Accident Linked Life Assurance Limited

General Portfolio Life Insurance Public Limited Company

Gisborne Life Assurance Company Limited

Gresham Life Assurance Society Limited

Guardian Assurance plc

Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance plc

Hill Samuel Life Assurance Limited

The Ideal Insurance Company Limited

The Imperial Life Assurance Company of Canada

Irish Life Assurance plc

The Iron Trades Employers Insurance Association Limited

Legal and General Assurance Society Limited

The Licenses and General Insurance Company Limited

The Life Association of Scotland Limited

London Aberdeen & Northern Mutual Assurance Society Limited

London and Manchester Assurance Company Limited

London and Manchester (Pensions) Limited

London & Scottish Assurance Corporation Limited

The London Assurance

The London Life Association Limited

The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company

Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance Society

Maritime Insurance Company Limited

Medical Sickness Annuity & Life Assurance Society Limited

The Mercantile and General Reinsurance Company plc

Midland Assurance Limited

The Motor Union Insurance Company Limited

Minister Insurance Company Limited

Municipal Life Assurance Limited

Municipal Mutual Insurance Limited

NALGO Insurance Association Limited

National Employers' Life Assurance Company Limited

National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Association Limited

The National Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Society Limited

National House-Building Council

The National Insurance and Guarantee Corporation PLC

The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited

National Mutual Life Assurance Society

National Provident Institution

National Vulcan Engineering Insurance Group Limited

N.E.L. Pensions Limited

The New Zealand Insurance plc

North British & Mercantile Insurance Company Limited

The Northern Assurance Company Limited

Norwich Union Asset Management Limited

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Limited

Norwich Union Insurance Group (Pensions Management) Limited

Norwich Union Life Insurance Society

NRG London Reinsurance Company Limited

Oaklife Assurance Limited

The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation Limited

The Orion Insurance Company P.L.C.

Pearl Assurance Public Limited Company

Pensions Management (SWF) Limited

Permanent Insurance Company Limited

Phoenix Assurance Public Limited Company

Pioneer Mutual Insurance Company Limited

Prolific Life and Pensions Limited

Property Growth Pensions & Annuities Limited

Provident Life Association Limited

Provident Mutual Life Assurance Association

Provincial Insurance Public Limited Company

The Prudential Assurance Company Limited

Railway Passengers Assurance Company

Refuge Assurance, public Limited company

Regency Life Assurance Company Limited

The Reliance Fire and Accident Insurance Corporation Limited

The Reliance Marine Insurance Company Limited

Reliance Mutual Insurance Society Limited

Royal Exchange Assurance

Royal Insurance Public Limited Company

Royal Insurance (Int.) Limited

Royal Insurance (U.K.) Limited

Royal Life Insurance Limited

Royal Life (Unit Linked Assurances) Limited

Royal Life (Unit Linked Pension Funds) Limited

The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited

The Royal National Pension Fund for Nurses

Royal Reinsurance Company Limited

Schroder Life Assurance Limited

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society

Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society

Scottish General Insurance Company Limited

Scottish Insurance Corporation Limited

The Scottish Life Assurance Company

The Scottish Mutual Assurance Society

The Scottish Provident Institution

Scottish Union and National Insurance Company

Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance Society

Sentinel Life plc

Skandia Life Assurance Company Limited

Standard Life Assurance Company

Standard Life Pension Funds Limited

The State Assurance Company Limited

Suffolk Life Annuities Limited

Sun Alliance and London Assurance Company Limited

Sun Insurance Office Limited

Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada

Sun Life Assurance Society plc

Target Life Assurance Company Limited

Teachers Assurance Company Limited

Trident Investors Life Assurance Company Limited

Trident Life Assurance Company Limited

Trinity Insurance Company Limited

UK Life Assurance Company Limited

United British Insurance Company Limited

United Friendly Insurance plc

United Kingdom Temperance and General Provident Institution

United Standard Insurance Company Limited

The University Life Assurance Society

The Victory Reinsurance Company Limited

Wesleyan and General Assurance Society

The Western Australian Insurance Company Limited

The White Cross Insurance Company Limited

World-Wide Reassurance Company Limited

The Yorkshire Insurance Company Limited

Zurich Life Assurance Company Limited

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES

The Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society

Anglo-Saxons Friendly Society

Blackburn Philanthropic Mutual Assurance Society

British Benefit Society

British Order of Ancient Free Gardeners' Friendly Society

Brunel Assurance Society

Cirencester Benefit Society

Civil Servants' Annuities Assurance Society

Colmore Friendly Society

Coventry Assurance Society

Dentists' Provident Society

Devon and Exeter Women's Equitable Benefit Society

The Exeter Equitable Friendly Society

Grand United Order of Oddfellows Friendly Society

The Hampshire and General Friendly Society

Harvest Friendly Society

Hearts of Oak Benefit Society

The Ideal Benefit Society

Independent Order of Oddfellows Kingston Unity Friendly Society

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society

The Independent Order of Rechabites, Salford Unity, Friendly Society

Leeds District of the Ancient Order of Foresters Investment Association

Leek Assurance Collecting Society

The Leicester District Foresters' Investment Society

Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society

The Manchester and Districts of the Ancient Order of Foresters Investment Association

National Deposit Friendly Society

National Equalized Druids Friendly Society

National United Order of Free Gardeners Friendly Society

New Tab Friendly Society

Northumberland and Durham Miners' Permanent Relief Fund Friendly Society

Nottingham Oddfellows Assurance Friendly Society

The Order of Druids Friendly Society

The Order of the Sons of Temperance Friendly Society

Original Holloway Society

Pioneer Benefit Society

Preston Catholic Collecting Society

Preston Shelley Assurance Collecting Society

Provident Reliance Friendly Society

Rational and County Assurance Society

Royal Liver Friendly Society

Scottish Friendly Assurance Society

The Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society

The Shepherds Friendly Society

Sons of Scotland Temperance Friendly Society

Stepney District Distressed Members' Pension Benevolent Fund

The Sussex Widow and Orphans Society

Teachers Provident Society

Time Assurance Society

Tunbridge Wells Equitable Friendly Society

Tunstall and District Assurance Collecting Society

United Ancient Order of Druids Friendly Society

United Kingdom Civil Service Benefit Society

United Patriots' National Benefit Society

West Surrey General Benefit Society

Widow and Orphan Fund of the Woolwich District of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity Friendly Society

Widow and Orphans' Fund, Stepney District of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity Friendly Society

Widow, Widowers and Orphans' Fund of the Godalming District of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Manchester Unity, Friendly Society

Wiltshire Holloway Benefit Society

CHARITIES

The Central Board of Finance of the Church of England

Church Commissioners

The Church of England Pensions Board

The Church of Scotland

The Church of Scotland General Trustees

Church of Scotland Trust

The Representative Body of the Church in Wales

Timber Trades Benevolent Society

The Winchester Diocesan Board of Finance

York Diocesan Board of Finance Limited

AGRICULTURAL CORPORATIONS

The Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Public Limited Company

The Scottish Agricultural Securities Corporation Public Limited Company

OTHER BODIES

General Practice Finance Corporation Limited

CONC App 1.3.3RRP

Bodies Corporate

Description of Agreement and Enactments

LAND IMPROVEMENT COMPANIES

The Lands Improvement Company:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made pursuant to

(a)

the Lands Improvement Company's Acts 1853 to 1969; or

(b)

the Improvement of Land Acts 1864 and 1899.

BODIES CORPORATE NAMED OR SPECIFICALLY REFERRED TO IN A PUBLIC GENERAL ACT - UNITED KINGDOM

The Greater London Authority

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made under the Authority's power to give financial assistance under section 30 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999.

Homes and Communities Agency

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made under the Agency's powers to give financial assistance under section 19 of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008.

The Eastern Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

The Electricity Council:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Council and employees or prospective employees of the Council pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947, as applied in relation to the Council by section 3(6) of the Electricity Act 1957.

The London Docklands Development Corporation:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made pursuant to section 136 of the Local Government, Planning and Land Act 1980.

The London Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

The North Eastern Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

Sea Fish Industry Authority:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made pursuant to section 3(1)(e) and (f) of the Fisheries Act 1981.

The South Eastern Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

The South Western Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

The Southern Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

The Yorkshire Electricity Board:

Agreements of a description falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c), being agreements made between the Board and employees or prospective employees of the Board pursuant to section 2(5) of the Electricity Act 1947.

NORTHERN IRELAND

Eastern Health and Social Services Board:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made pursuant to article 59 of and Schedule 9 to the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1972.

Northern Health and Social Services Board:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made pursuant to article 59 of and Schedule 9 to the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1972

Southern Health and Social Services Board:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements made pursuant to article 59 of and Schedule 9 to the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1972.

Welsh Ministers

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land, being agreements falling within CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(a) to CONC App 1.3.1R (2)(c) which are made pursuant to section 36 of the New Towns Act 1981 and which related to property of the Commission for the New Towns transferred to them under a scheme made under section 51(1) of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008.

Western Health and Social Services Board:

Relevant credit agreements relating to the purchase of land being agreements made pursuant to article 59 of and Schedule 9 to the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1972.