1 of 10 Tyrie, 56, moved to the upper echelons of government with his first set of senior roles as head of the PCBS and the Treasury Select Committee. Although he is a Conservative politician, he is known for his political independence, when it comes to questioning. Reuters Tyrie, 56, moved to the upper echelons of government with his first set of senior roles as head of the PCBS and the Treasury Select Committee. Although he is a Conservative politician, he is known for his political independence, when it comes to questioning. Reuters Welby, 57, became the spiritual head of the Anglican faith in 2012 and is a member of the upper chamber of British parliament. He is an advocate on breaking up the banks into smaller regional lenders. Reuters Lawson, 81, maybe asleep at this tennis match but you cannot accuse him for being asleep at the wheel. His one of the highest profile members of the commission after serving as finance minister in Margaret Thatcher's government between 1983 and 1989. Meanwhile, he is also the father of food writer Nigella Lawson and former editor of The Specator magazine and the Sunday Telegraph newspaper Dominic Lawson. Reuters Garnier, 50, is one of the most experienced politicians on the panel, when it comes to the financial markets. Before being elected to parliament in 2010 and serving on the Treasury Select Committee, he was a former investment bank and fund manager. Markgarnier.co.uk Kramer, 62, is another experienced financier, after working for 20 years in the US at Continental Illinois Bank and Citicorp. She had run for Mayor of London in 2000, only to be beaten by Ken Livingstone. However, she entered the House of Lords 11 years later. Reuters Seen here with Oona King, Love, 64, serves on the Treasury Select Committee and was elected to parliament in 1997. In various evidence gathering meetings, he has been very vocal about his outrage over bankers’ bonuses, especially over those who are implicated in a variety of financial scandals. andrewlovemp.com Seen here with Ed Balls, McFadden examines the work of the British finance ministry by also sitting on the committee. He is a supporter for banks to "pay the price" for their mistakes and return to lending. patmcfadden.com McFall, 68, joined the upper chamber of parliament in 2010. Previous to that he spent 23 years as an elected Labour politician - including a spell at the helm of the Treasury Select Committee during the financial crisis. Reuters Thurso, 59, became the first hereditary peer to take his seat in the House of Lords, vacate it, and return to parliament as a member of the Commons. He is the grandson of former Liberal leader Archibald Sinclair. He is an advocate for commerce and industry, after previously running a company, which owned spa group Champneys, and as a Paris hotel manager. johnthurso.org.uk Turnbull, 68, was a former economist and ex-head of the British civil service and sits in parliament's upper chamber. He is not affiliated with any political party. Reuters
The Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards has published its final recommendations on how to get the industry back on track and how to prevent financials falling into market crippling scandals in the future.
The PCBS took evidence between 21 September 2012 and 6 March 2013 to deliver this report. During that time, it asked more than 9,000 questions and heard 161 hours of evidence from hundreds of witnesses, across 73 sessions.
After a near year-long inquiry,
IBTimes UK decided to present to you a little bit about the lawmakers behind the cross-party commission.