ATOL Policy and Regulations 2019/01: Guidance on completion of an ATOL Certificate

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Reference:ATOL Policy and Regulations 2019/01
Title:Guidance on completion of an ATOL Certificate
Description:This guidance provides detail on what information should be included on an ATOL Certificate, when it should be supplied to a consumer and under what circumstances it should be re-supplied.

This guidance replaces the document Industry Guidance on Completion and Supply of an ATOL Certificate. ATOL Policy and Regulations 2012/02, dated October 2012.

Review Comment:None
Date:18 March 2019
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