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Financial Conduct Authority - further information

Further information of the Treasury Committee's inquiry into the Financial Conduct Authority.

Report

The Report was published on 13 January 2012. Copies of the transcripts of oral evidence can be found at the back of the Report as well as witnesses' written evidence:

  • Report, oral and written evidence (HTML version)
  • Report, oral and written evidence (PDF version)
  • Press notice issued on publication of report
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    Government Response

    The Government Response to the Committee's Report was published on 27 February 2012.

      

    Written evidence

    Written evidence from oral witnesses is published with the Report. Additional written evidence is published separately.

  • Additional written evidence (HTML version)
  • Additional written evidence (PDF version)
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    Oral evidence

    The Committee held the following oral evidence sessions as part of this inquiry. The transcripts of oral evidence are published with Report.

    25 October 2011

    Parliament TV: watch the webcast of the session 

    Witnesses: Angus Eaton, Operational and Regulatory Risk Director, Aviva Plc, Paul Killik, Senior Executive Officer and Partner, Killik & Co, and Philip Warland, Head of Public Policy, Fidelity

    1 November 2011

    Parliament TV: watch the webcast of the session

    Witnesses: Lord Turner, Chairman, Hector Sants, Chief Executive, Martin Wheatley, Managing Director, Conduct Business Unit, Margaret Cole, Managing Director, Enforcement, Financial Crime & Markets, FSA

    2 November 2011

    Parliament TV: watch the webcast of the session 

    Witnesses: Peter Vicary-Smith, Chief Executive, Which?, Christine Farnish, Chair, Consumer Focus, and Gillian Guy, Chief Executive, Citizens Advice Bureau

    8 November 2011

    Parliament TV: watch the webcast of the session 

    Witnesses: Mark Hoban, Financial Secretary to the Treasury and Emil Levendoglu, Deputy Director, Financial Regulation Strategy, HM Treasury

    Call for evidence

    The terms of reference for the Financial Conduct Authority inquiry were published on 15 September 2011