Tackling financial exclusion: A country that works for everyone? Contents

Appendix 1: List of Members and declarations of interest

Members

Bishop of Birmingham

Viscount Brookeborough

Lord Empey

Lord Fellowes

Lord Harrison

Lord Haskel

Lord Holmes of Richmond

Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope

Lord McKenzie of Luton

Lord Northbrook

Baroness Primarolo

Lord Shinkwin

Baroness Tyler of Enfield (Chairman)

Declarations of interest

Bishop of Birmingham

Member, Banking Standards Board.

Member, Church of England’s General Synod (in support of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Task Group on Responsible Credit and Savings).

Chair, University of Birmingham, Birmingham Policy Commission on Distribution of Wealth.

Viscount Brookeborough

Operates agricultural and tourism business in Northern Ireland, with a normal banking facility.

Lord Empey

No relevant interests declared.

Lord Fellowes

Vice-Chairman, Barclays Private Bank (1999–2000).

Chairman, Barclays Private Bank (2000–2009).

Lord Harrison

No relevant interests declared.

Lord Haskel

No relevant interests declared.

Lord Holmes of Richmond

Vice Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group on FinTech.

Non-Executive Director and Chair of Disability Committee, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope

Governor, Pensions Policy Institute.

Commissioner, Financial Inclusion Commission.

Member of Expert Advisory Group, Neyber Ltd (affordable borrowing for employees).

Lord McKenzie of Luton

Trustee, NOAH Enterprise (social enterprise charity assisting disadvantaged people in Luton and surrounding areas).

Shadow Spokesperson on Work and Pensions for Labour in the House of Lords.

Lord Northbrook

No relevant interests declared.

Baroness Primarolo

No relevant interests declared.

Lord Shinkwin

No relevant interests declared.

Baroness Tyler of Enfield

Chair, Make Every Adult Matter (MEAM)—a coalition of charities helping people with complex needs.

Lead Spokesperson on Mental Health for the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords.

During the Committee’s visit to Coventry on 23 November 2016 a working lunch was provided by Coventry City Council

A full list of Members’ interests can be found in the Register of Lords Interests: http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/standards-and-interests/register-of-lords-interests/

Professor Karen Rowlingson (Specialist Adviser)

Professor of Social Policy, University of Birmingham.

The University of Birmingham receives funding from the Friends Provident

Foundation and the Barrow Cadbury Trust for research into financial inclusion and exclusion, with which Professor Rowlingson is involved.

Member, Child Poverty Action Group.





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