Committee takes evidence from Paul Tucker

10 July 2012

The now Chairman of Barclays, Marcus Agius, appears before the Treasury Committee on issues relating to the penalties levied against Barclays by authorities in the UK and the US following an investigation into the submission of interbank offered rates at 10am on Tuesday 10 July.

The Treasury Select Committee met on Monday 9 July at 4.30pm to take evidence from the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Paul Tucker, on the same issue.

Watch the sessions on Parliament TV

Read uncorrected transcripts of the sessions

  • Uncorrected transcript of oral evidence: Evidence from Paul Tucker on Monday 9 July
  • Uncorrected transcript of oral evidence: Evidence from Marcus Agius on Tuesday 10 July

Both sessions are in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

Further evidence sessions, which have not yet been confirmed, will be announced in due course.

Watch the Committee's evidence from Bob Diamond

Barclays Letters

The letters below were received by the Treasury Select Committee from Barclays relevant to today’s evidence session.

These documents were sent as a result of a request made by the Chairman, Andrew Tyrie MP, following comments made by Bob Diamond last week.

Further Information

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