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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 2 July 2002.


TUESDAY 2 JULY 2002


Members present:


Mr John McFall, in the Chair
Mr Jim CousinsDr Nick Palmer
Mr Michael FallonMr James Plaskitt
Mr David LawsMr David Ruffley
Mr George MudieMr Andrew Tyrie



CONTENTS

Letter to the Chairman from Lord Sharman of Redlynch

Examination of Witness

LORD SHARMAN OF REDLYNCH, a Member of the House of Lords, examined.

Question Numbers

257-259

260-279

280-299

Memorandum submitted by the Accounting Standards Board

Examination of Witness

MS MARY KEEGAN, Chairman, Accounting Standards Board (ASB), examined.

Question Numbers

300-319

320-326

Memorandum submitted by Sir David Tweedie, Chairman, International Accounting Standards Board

Examination of Witness

PROFESSOR SIR DAVID TWEEDIE, Chairman, International Accounting Standards Board, examined.

Question Numbers

327-339

340-359

360-379

Memorandum submitted by the Financial Services Authority

Examination of Witnesses

SIR HOWARD DAVIES, KCB, Chairman and MR MICHAEL FOOT, Managing Director and Head of Financial Supervision, Financial Services Authority, examined.

Question Numbers

380-399

400-416

Memorandum submitted by the Department of Trade and Industry and HM Treasury

Annex A

Annex B

Examination of Witnesses

RICHARD ROGERS, Director, Company Law and Investigations and JOHN GREWE, Director, Financial Reporting Policy, Department of Trade and Industry and DAVID LAWTON, Head of Financial Stability and Markets and DAVID LOWETH, Head of Central Accountancy, HM Treasury, examined.

Question Numbers

417-419

420-439

440-459

460-479

480-492

Memorandum submitted by the Financial Services Authority


 
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