Treasury - Twenty-Sixth Report
Financial Conduct Authority

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 10 January 2012.


Terms of Reference

1 Introduction

2 How the FCA fits into the proposed new regulatory structure

3 Accountability

4 The FCA's place in the wider regulatory architecture

5 How the FCA should approach its work

6 New powers

Conclusions and recommendations

Formal Minutes


List of printed written evidence

List of additional written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament

Oral and Written Evidence

Tuesday 25 October 2011: Angus Eaton, Operational and Regulatory Risk Director, Aviva Plc, Paul Killik, Senior Executive Officer and Partner, Killik & Co, and Philip Warland, Head of Public Policy, Fidelity Worldwide

Tuesday 1 November 2011: Lord Turner, Chairman, Hector Sants, Chief Executive, Martin Wheatley, Managing Director, Conduct Business Unit, and CEO-designate FCA, and Margaret Cole, Managing Director, Enforcement, Financial Crime and Markets, Financial Services Authority

Wednesday 2 November 2011: Peter Vicary-Smith, Chief Executive, Which?, Christine Farnish, Chair, Consumer Focus, and Gillian Guy, Chief Executive, Citizens Advice Bureau

Tuesday 8 November 2011: Mr Mark Hoban, MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, and Emil Levendoglu, Deputy Director, Financial Regulation Strategy, HM Treasury

Written Evidence

Additional written evidence

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