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Public invited to question the Bank of England in evidence session

19 September 2019

On Tuesday 15 October, the Treasury Committee will take evidence from the Bank of England on its latest Financial Stability Report.

The Committee has today announced the opportunity for members of the public to have their questions answered by Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England.

Members of the public can email or tweet their suggested questions to the Committee, some of which will be asked by Members of the Treasury Committee to the Governor.

Launching the opportunity for the public to submit questions to be asked to the Governor, Catherine McKinnell MP, Interim Chair of the Treasury Committee, said in a video posted on social media:

“Have you got a question for Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England? Well, the Treasury Committee wants to hear from you.

“Please tweet us using #AskTheGovernor or email us at TSC@parliament.uk by 5pm on 8th October, and we’ll put some of the best questions to him at our evidence session with the Bank of England on 15th October. Good luck!”

Notes to Editors

Questions should be tweeted using #AskTheGovernor or emailed to the Committee on TSC@parliament.uk with “Ask the Governor” in the subject line by 5pm on Tuesday 8 October. Please include your name and where you’re from if you would like them mentioned in the session.

Details of the evidence session with the Bank of England are below:

Bank of England: Financial Stability Report

Witnesses

  • Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England
  • Sam Woods, Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation and Chief Executive Officer of the Prudential Regulation Authority
  • Martin Taylor, External Member of the Financial Policy Committee
  • Donald Kohn, External Member of the Financial Policy Committee

Date: Tuesday 15 October

Time: 09:30

Further information

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