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The Edinburgh Reforms

Inquiry

An inquiry into the financial services reforms announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on 9 December 2022.

The large numbers of announcements comprising the Edinburgh Reforms are wide-ranging and at different stages of the policy-formation process. The Committee will consider elements of the reforms as they progress in the full Committee, in the Sub-Committee on Financial Services Regulations (when regulatory proposals with legal effect are consulted on), or both.

The Committee does not intend to issue a formal call for written evidence on the Edinburgh Reforms. However, those who would like to submit written evidence, on the package as a whole or any elements of it, are still welcome to.

Click here for more information on how to submit written evidence.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Tuesday 16 January 2024.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Second Report - Edinburgh Reforms One Year On: Has Anything Changed?
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
HC 221
Report
Response to this report
Fourth Special Report - Edinburgh Reforms One Year On: Has Anything Changed?: Further Government Response to the Committees Second Report Fourth
HC 723
Special Report
Response to this report
Second Special Report - Edinburgh Reforms One Year On: Has Anything Changed? Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report
HC 585
Special Report
Fourth Special Report - Edinburgh Reforms One Year On: Has Anything Changed?: Further Government Response to the Committees Second Report Fourth
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
HC 723
Special Report
Second Special Report - Edinburgh Reforms One Year On: Has Anything Changed? Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
HC 585
Special Report
Correspondence to the Chancellor of the Exchequer relating to progress with Edinburgh Reforms, dated 6 September
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
HC 1079
Correspondence
Correspondence from the Chancellor of the Exchequer relating to progress with Edinburgh Reforms, dated 6 October 2023
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
HC 1079
Correspondence
Correspondence from the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, relating to the publication of the Call for Evidence on aligning the ring-fencing and resolution regimes, dated 2 March
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
Correspondence

Oral evidence transcripts

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1 February 2023
Inquiry The Edinburgh Reforms
Witnesses Sir Keith Skeoch (Chair at Ring-fencing and Proprietary Trading Independent Review (2021-22)), and Professor Sir John Vickers (Chair at Independent Commission on Banking (2010-11))
Oral Evidence
TheCityUK (TER0012)
UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) (TER0001)
The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Martin School, University of Oxford (TER0002)

Other publications

No other publications published.

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