National Infrastructure Commission gives evidence for European Investment Bank inquiry
12 September 2018
EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence from the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) for its inquiry into the UK and European Investment Bank (EIB) after Brexit
Wednesday 12 September in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster
- Phil Graham, Chief Executive, National Infrastructure Commission
- James Richardson, Chief Economist, National Infrastructure Commission
The Committee launched its inquiry into the UK's post-Brexit relationship with the EIB in July 2018. This is its first public evidence session and will cover questions such as:
- How important is the use of public financing for the UK's infrastructure?
- Are there any specific sectors or industries that would be particularly affected by loss of EIB financing?
- Post Brexit how much money would a UK infrastructure finance institution need to replace the support of the EIB?
- What alternatives are there to establishing a new infrastructure finance institution? Could the remit of the British Business Bank (BBB) be expanded?
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