A handful of top Thomas Cook executives will face a grilling from MPs on Tuesday (15 October) over the collapse of Britain’s oldest travel company last month.
Chief executive Peter Fankhauser is among those who have been called to give evidence before the government’s business, energy and industrial strategy committee.
Former Cook chairman Frank Meysman and chief financial officer Sten Daugaard will also be quizzed, along with the former chair of Cook’s audit committee Martine Verluyten and former chair of its remuneration committee Warren Tucker.
The committee will hear from Cook’s auditors PwC and EY on 22 October, as well as the Financial Reporting Council, Insolvency Service and former Cook chief financial officer Bill Scott.
Ex-Cook chief executives Harriet Green and Manny Fontenla-Novoa are also due to appear before the committee at a later date.
Manuel Cortes, general secretary of the TSSA union which represented Cook’s retail staff, will also give evidence.
TTG will be providing updates from Tuesday’s hearing from 9am. Stories from proceedings will be linked below: