The ‘knowledge base’ includes useful guides, answers to popular questions and infographics on the act, which takes effect on May 25.
GDPR is a modernised version of the current Data Protection Act 1998 bringing legislation into line with how data is now used, stored and shared.
After May 25 deadline, anyone processing or storing data must be GDPR compliant.
TMA’s knowledge base also includes practical advice from TMA’s Compliance team, a number of important checklists, and links to information as outlined by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Lisa Martin, development director at TMA, said: “At TMA we know regulatory changes can be challenging and even a little intimidating.
“The GDPR is the next significant regulatory change that directly authorised intermediaries will face so, to help guide them through the new landscape, we have created our exclusive GDPR knowledge base.
“We are certain the information contained within the knowledge base will be of great use to our members as we continue to support them through what is set to be another year of complex regulatory change.”