Inquiry status: oral evidence taking in progress
The Treasury Committee is conducting an inquiry into the required divestment of 632 branches of Lloyds Banking Group, otherwise known as ‘Project Verde’, and the collapse of The Co-operative Bank’s bid for these branches.
The Treasury Committee has called on the Government to commission an independent review, to be completed no later than summer 2014, looking at whether the Money Advice Service should continue to exist as a statutory organisation
The inquiry continues on Tuesday 3 December
David Anderson, former Chief Executive, Co-operative Financial Services, to give evidence
Treasury Committee questions former Chair of Co-operative Bank on Wednesday 6 November at 2.15pm
Treasury Committee to question Barry Tootell, the former CEO and Paul Flowers, the former Chair of the Co-op bank
Peter Marks, the former Chief Executive of The Co-operative Group, will be giving evidence for the Project Verde inquiry.
Treasury Committee publishes letter from Andrew Bailey on evidence session with Neville Richardson
Neville Richardson, former CEO of Britannia Building Society and The Co-operative bank to give evidence
Mr Tyrie's comments follow the evidence taken from members of the FPC on Tuesday 2 July 2013
The Treasury Committee has today announced that it is to inquire into the required divestment of 632 branches of Lloyds Banking Group, otherwise known as ‘Project Verde’, and the collapse of The Co-operative Bank’s bid for these branches
Evidence given by António Horta-Osório, Group Chief Executive, Lloyds Banking Group, Sir Winfried Bischoff, Chairman, Lloyds Banking Group
Evidence given by Neville Richardson, former CEO, Britannia Building Society and Co-operative Bank.
Evidence given by Barry Tootell, former Chief Executive, Co-operative Banking Group
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report
Select Committees carry out inquiries on areas ranging from the work of government departments to economic affairs. The results of these inquiries are public and many require a response from the Government.
Latest written evidence received for the inquiry: