Quantitative easing: a dangerous addiction? Contents

Appendix 1: List of Members and declarations of interest

Members

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Chair)

Lord Bridges of Headley

Viscount Chandos

Lord Fox

Baroness Harding of Winscombe (recused herself from this inquiry)

Lord Haskel

Lord King of Lothbury

Baroness Kingsmill

Baroness Kramer

Lord Livingston of Parkhead

Lord Monks of Blackley

Lord Skidelsky

Lord Stern of Brentford

Declarations of interest

Lord Bridges of Headley

Senior adviser to the Group Executive Chairman, Banco Santander

Editorial Consultant, The Evening Standard

Viscount Chandos

Chair, Credit Services Association

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Chair)

Chairman and non-executive Director, Secure Trust Bank plc

Lord Fox

No relevant interests declared

Baroness Harding of Winscombe

Baroness Harding recused herself from this inquiry

Lord Haskel

Lord Haskel’s son, Jonathan Haskel, is an external member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee

Lord King of Lothbury

Governor (2003–2013), Bank of England

Member (2003–2013), Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England. The Monetary Policy Committee instituted quantitative easing in 2009.

Baroness Kingsmill

No relevant interests declared

Baroness Kramer

No relevant interests declared

Lord Livingston of Parkhead

Non-executive Director, S&P Global Inc (provider of information services)

Lord Monks of Blackley

No relevant interests declared

Lord Skidelsky

No relevant interests declared

Lord Stern of Brentford

Climate adviser, The Royal Bank of Scotland/NatWest Group

Member, International Advisory Panel for Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB, China)

A full list of Members’ interests can be found in the Register of Lords’ interests: https://members.parliament.uk/members/lords/interests/register-of-lords-interests

Specialist Adviser

Professor Rosa M Lastra

Expert witness (since 2020) for the Kingdom of Spain in PCA CASE No. 2019–17

Member (since 2016), Banking Union (Resolution) Expert Panel, European Parliament (ECON)

Member (since 2015), Monetary Expert Panel of the European Parliament (ECON) in preparation for the Monetary Dialogue with the European Central Bank





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