Session 2005-06, 19 April 2006
The design of a National Pension Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation: Evidence sessions
The Treasury Committee will hold evidence sessions in connection with its inquiry into NPSS as follows:
Tuesday 25 April 2006:
At 10.00 am: Which?, Cazalet Consulting
At approx. 10.45 am: Association of British Insurers, National Association of Pension Funds, and Investment Management Association
Wednesday 3 May 2006:
At 09.30 am: Clive Briault, Managing Director, Retail Markets, and Dan Waters, Director, Retail Policy, the Financial Services Authority
At approx 10.30 am: Lord Turner
These meetings will be held in a Committee Room in the Palace of Westminster or Portcullis House. Those wishing to attend the meetings should check the venue by contacting the House of Commons Public Information Office on 020 7219 4272 on the day before the hearing.
1. The Committee announced its inquiry into The design of a National Pensions Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation on 1 March 2006.
2. Committee Membership is as follows: Rt Hon John McFall (Chairman), Lorely Burt, Mr Jim Cousins, Angela Eagle, Mr Michael Fallon (Chairman, Sub-Committee), Mr David Gauke, Ms Sally Keeble, Susan Kramer, Mr Andrew Love, Kerry McCarthy, Mr George Mudie, Nr Brooks Newmark, Mr Mark Todd, Peter Viggers.
3. Press Notice No. 31
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