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Evidence session on macro-prudential tools

12 October 2012

The Treasury Committee will next week take evidence from the heads of the British Bankers’ Association, the Building Societies Association and the Council of Mortgage Lenders as part of its inquiry into macro-prudential tools.

These tools are intended to be made available to the Bank of England’s new Financial Policy Committee under the terms of the current Financial Services Bill. The Treasury published its consultation on these proposals on the 18 September 2012.

The meeting will take place in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House at 10.00am.

Witnesses

  • Anthony Browne, Chief Executive Officer, British Bankers’ Association
  • Adrian Coles OBE, Director General, Building Societies Association
  • Paul Smee, Director General, Council of Mortgage Lenders

Further Information

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