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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Financial Services Bill 2010-12

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Financial Services Act 2012.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Mr George Howarth, Mr Edward Leigh and Mr James Gray

21 Members

  • Karen Bradley
  • Lorely Burt
  • Mark Durkan 
  • Chris Evans
  • Yvonne Fovargue 
  • Mark Garnier 
  • Stephen Gilbert 
  • Sheila Gilmore 
  • Fabian Hamilton 
  • Matthew Hancock 
  • Greg Hands 
  • Mr Mark Hoban 
  • Cathy Jamieson 
  • Chris Leslie   
  • Jesse Norman
  • Teresa Pearce
  • David Rutley 
  • Alok Sharma

Clerks: James Rhys and Marek Kubala

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 16th Sitting | PDF version 22.03.2012
Committee Debate: 15th Sitting - [Part II] | PDF version, 184KB 20.03.2012
Committee Debate: 15th Sitting - [Part I] | PDF version, 156KB 20.03.2012
Committee Debate: 14th Sitting | PDF version, 181KB 15.03.2012
Committee Debate: 13th Sitting | PDF version, 82KB 15.03.2012
Committee Debate: 12th Sitting | PDF version, 185KB 08.03.2012
Committee Debate: 11th Sitting | PDF version, 80KB 08.03.2012
Committee Debate: 10th Sitting [Part II] | PDF version, 130KB 06.03.2012
Committee Debate: 10th Sitting [Part I] | PDF version, 207KB 06.03.2012
Committee Debate: 9th Sitting | PDF version, 157KB 06.03.2012
Committee Debate: 8th Sitting | PDF version, 203KB 01.03.2012
Committee Debate: 7th Sitting | PDF version, 84KB 01.03.2012
Committee Debate: 6th Sitting | PDF version, 167KB 28.02.2012
Committee Debate: 5th Sitting | PDF version, 164KB 28.02.2012
Committee Debate: 4th Sitting | PDF version, 163KB 23.02.2012
Committee Debate: 3rd Sitting | PDF version, 83KB 23.02.2012
Committee Debate: 2nd Sitting | PDF version, 158KB 21.02.2012
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 161KB 21.02.2012

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Consolidated Associated Memoranda PDF version (PDF, 310KB) 26.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by the City of London (FS 13) 22.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by the Chair of Trustees, MK Money Lifeline (FS12) 15.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by HSBC Bank plc (FS11) 08.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Bates Wells & Braithwaite London LLP (FS10) 06.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by British Bankers’ Association (BBA) (FS08) 02.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) (FS09) 02.03.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Intellect (FS04) 29.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by ABI (Association of British Insurers) (FS05) 29.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Fidelity Worldwide Investment (FS06) 29.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Age UK (FS07) 29.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Aviva (FS01) 24.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by Payplan (FS02) 24.02.2012
Associated memorandum submitted by the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA) (FS03) 24.02.2012

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