IATA has made some changes

IATA has recently introduced several changes to how it assesses UK ticketing agents. We have put together a list of some of these, read our post to find out more.

28 Jan, 2021 Updated 30 Sep, 2022
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There have now been additional changes to IATA’s rules. Please see our updated post here.

In all the mayhem of the past few months, it may have escaped your notice that IATA has introduced a number of changes to its approach for assessing UK ticketing agents.

These changes could have material and wide-reaching consequences for your business, and you should review their impact carefully.

Here we have summarised our view of the most significant changes and identified some areas for you to consider. We hope you find it useful, but please remember, this is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all impacts. As always, there is no substitute for advice which is specifically tailored to your business!

We’ve covered:

-Changes to Local Financial Criteria
-New method of calculating Risk Holding Capacity
-New rules on the horizon for large agents

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

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