Treasury Committee press notice no. 43

Session 2005-06, 23 May 2006

Publication of oral and written evidence

The design of a National Pension Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation

The Treasury Committee will publish Volume II (oral and written evidence) of its Report as The design of a National Pension Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation (HC 1074-II), on Wednesday 24 May at 11.00 am. Volume I of the Report (HC 1074-I) was published on 21 May. Please note that the title of the Report appeared incorrectly on Volume I but is correct on Volume II.

Correction: On page 41 of the Committee's Report, a written submission from PIMA was incorrectly attributed to Professional Insurance Marketing Association. The organisation who submitted the memorandum is the PEP & ISA Managers Association.

Reports can be purchased from the Stationery Office bookshops (tel: 0870 600 5522). The full text will also be available on the internet on Wednesday 24 May:

www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200506/cmselect/cmtreasy/994/99404.htm

NOTES:

1. Committee Membership is as follows: Rt Hon John McFall (Chairman), Mr Colin Breed, Jim Cousins, Angela Eagle, Mr Michael Fallon (Chairman, Sub-Committee), Mr David Gauke, Ms Sally Keeble, Mr Andrew Love, Kerry McCarthy, Mr George Mudie, Mr Brooks Newmark, John Thurso, Mr Mark Todd, Peter Viggers.

2. Press Notice No. 43

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