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Inquiry status: concluded
The Treasury Committee holds hearings twice a year on the Financial Policy Committee's (FPC) Financial Stability Reports. The oral and written evidence received for these sessions is published online and can be found below.
Published oral and written evidence of FPC hearings dating from May 2010 to May 2013 is available on the 'other work' webpage.
Treasury Committee questions Mark Carney and members of Financial Policy Committee
The Committee hears from expert witnesses
Evidence given by Dr Mark Carney, Governor, Bank of England, Sir Jon Cunliffe, Deputy Governor, Financial Stability, Bank of England, Dame Clara Furse, External member, Financial Policy Committee, and Martin Taylor, External member, Financial Policy Committee
Evidence given by Professor Kevin Dowd, Professor of Finance and Economics, Durham University Business School, and Dr Thomas Huertas, Partner and Chair, Ernst and Young Global Regulatory Network
Evidence given by Dr Mark Carney, Governor, Bank of England, Sir Jon
Cunliffe, Deputy Governor, Bank of England, Dame Clara Furse DBE,
External Member, Financial Policy Committee, and Mr Richard Sharp,
External Member, Financial Policy Committee
Evidence given by Dr Mark Carney, Governor; Andrew Bailey, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation & Chief Executive, Prudential Regulation Authority; Donald Kohn, and Martin Taylor, external members, Financial Policy Committee, Bank of England