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The Committee started taking evidence on LIBOR after the announcement that fines had been levied against Barclays plc by UK and US authorities following an investigation into the fixing of interbank lending rates.
The Treasury Select Committee has today published the FSA’s response to the Committee’s report, ‘Fixing LIBOR: some preliminary findings’
Letters between Andrew Tyrie MP, Hector Sants and the FSA relating to the LIBOR Report published
The Treasury Select Committee published its report into LIBOR on 18 August, 2012 following its inquiry into the Final Notice issued by the Financial Services Authority with respect to Barclays on 27 June, 2012
MPs take further evidence on issues relating to the penalties levied against Barclays
These documents were sent as a result of a request made by the Chairman, Andrew Tyrie MP, following comments made by Bob Diamond last week
Treasury Select Committee meets on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 July
MPs ask former Chief Executive of Barclays to appear before the Committee
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes
Volume II: Oral evidence
Written evidence relating to the report Fixing LIBOR: some preliminary findings, published as a single PDF volume.