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Future of Financial Services

Inquiry

This inquiry will look at the future of financial services after the Brexit transition period ends.

It will examine how financial services regulations should be set and scrutinised by Parliament, as EU directives will cease to govern new rules and regulations.

It will also consider how regulators are funded and the extent to which financial services regulation should be consumer-focussed.

Read the call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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26 April 2021
Inquiry Future of Financial Services
Witnesses Financial Conduct Authority, and Prudential Regulation Authority
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
27 January 2021
Inquiry Future of Financial Services
Witnesses Lord Hill of Oareford (Former EU Commissioner for financial services at European Commission), Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted (Former Chair of ECON Committee at European Parliament), and Dr Kay Swinburne (Former Member of ECON Committee at European Parliament, and Vice Chair of Financial Services at KPMG)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
FFS0082 - Future of Financial Services
Witnesses Martin White (Director at United Kingdom Shareholders’ Association (UKSA))
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
FFS0081 - Future of Financial Services
Witnesses The Investment Association
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
FFS0080 - Future of Financial Services
Witnesses Bank of England
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence

Other publications

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