ElectraLink launches new consultation on Third Party Intermediary Code of PracticeNovember 5, 2018
Since Electralink’s initial declaration of intention to establish an independent industry Third Party Intermediary Code of Practice (TPICoP) in July 2018, we have recognised the importance of engagement and consultation during its development. To reflect this we have continued to work with industry across TPI and supplier communities and even extended our engagement to include interested independent third parties.
A founding principle of this development is to establish an independent code which delivers value to TPIs, suppliers and ultimately customers in the business market including small to medium enterprise.
In a continuation of our open and transparent approach to developing the code, we are now providing a further opportunity to validate our code structure and core principles. The publication of this short consultation aims to verify the outcome of discussions raised during our engagement with industry and independent third parties.
- Overview document that includes the consultation questions
- the latest draft version of the Code (reflecting input received by ElectraLink through a combination of the industry working groups held in September and October and on-going bilateral discussions)
- our proposed establishment of the TPICoP Co Ltd, signatories to the Code and the determination of apportioned costs of being a TPICoP membe
- a draft standardised Letter of Authority (LOA).