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Following evidence sessions with Sir Andrew Large, Laurence Tomlinson and the Financial Conduct Authority, the Treasury Committee announced that it will be conducting a short inquiry into SME lending.
The inquiry will focus on three issues; access to finance for SMEs, the scope for opening up the sector to more competition, and the treatment of SMEs by banks.
Treasury Committee holds seventh evidence session on SME lending
Treasury Committee holds evidence session with bank and online finance representatives
Treasury Committee to take evidence on lending to Small and Medium sized Enterprises
Treasury Committee holds 2nd evidence session on SME lending
Committee launches inquiry into lending to small and medium enterprises
Treasury Committee announce evidence session on SME lending
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Letter dated 23 July 2014 from Andrew Tyrie to Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman, RBS.
Letter, dated 19 August 2014, from Independent Slitters Limited following the Treasury Comittee Meeting of 17 June 2014.
Letter, dated 22 August 2014, from Derek Sach, Head of Global Restructuring Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, following the evidence session of 17 June.
Letter, dated 22 Agust 2014, from Philip Hampton, Chairman, RBS, to Andrew Tyrie
Letter from Andrew Tyrie to Derek Sach, Head of Global Restructuring Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, dated 3 September 2014.
Letter, dated 10 September 2014, from Derek Sach, Head of Global Restructuring Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, to Andrew Tyrie.
Letter, dated 1 October 2014 from Derek Sach, Head of Global Restructuring Group, RBS, to Andrew Tyrie.
Letter, dated 30 Occtober 2014, from Derek Sach, Head of Global Restructuring Group, RBS, to Andrew Tyrie.