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Scottish Affairs Committee
The deadline for written submissions was 6 May 2018. If you would like to send a submission please contact Committee staff.
The Committee holds a one-off session to examine the cash machine network in Scotland following an announcement by LINK, the network responsible for 82% of all UK cash machine withdrawals, of a reduction of fees from 25p to 20p per withdrawal. There are concerns that the proposals have been driven by pressure from banks to reduce costs and do not reflect the needs of consumers, with the Federation of Small Businesses warning that the reduction in fees risked the closure of thousands of free-to-use cash machines
This inquiry looks at:
Evidence given by Stuart Mackinnon, External Affairs Manager - Scotland, Federation of Small Businesses, Richard Piggin, Head of External Affairs, Which?Ron Delnevo, Executive Director Europe, ATMIA, Duncan Faithful, Director of Corporate Affairs, Cardtronics, John Howells, CEO, LINK, Eric Leenders, Managing Director, Personal Finance, UK FinanceHannah Nixon, Managing Director, Payment Systems Regulator
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Scottish Affairs Committee questions experts