Britain's Hill must answer more questions to win EU finance job

October 3, 2014 12:50 PM

28 0

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Parliament is pressing Britain's Commissioner-designate Jonathan Hill for concrete ideas about the capital markets union he is to create before lawmakers can approve him as the EU's new finance chief.

According to a letter seen by Reuters on Friday, the parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee has asked Hill to answer in writing by Sunday evening 23 questions that the lawmakers felt were insufficiently addressed during Hill's hearing in the committee last Wednesday.

Read more

To category page