Treasury Committee writes to Cameron, Chancellor and Governor about Greensill
20 April 2021
Yesterday, the Treasury Committee launched an inquiry called ‘Lessons from Greensill Capital’. It will focus on the regulatory lessons from the failure of Greensill Capital and the appropriateness of HM Treasury’s response to lobbying in relation to Greensill Capital.
Rt Hon. Mel Stride MP, Chair of the Treasury Committee, has today written to the following people to ask them a series of questions to inform the Committee’s inquiry:
- Andrew Bailey, Governor, Bank of England
- Rt Hon. David Cameron
- Nikhil Rathi, Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
- Rt Hon. Rishi Sunak MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Charles Donald, Chief Executive, UK Government Investments (UKGI)
The Committee will seek to take oral evidence from Mr Cameron, Mr Sunak, the Bank of England, the FCA, Lex Greensill, and others in due course.
The Committee plans to hold a scene-setting oral evidence session with relevant experts on Wednesday 28 April, details of which will be announced later this week.
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