The Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards is set for its most significant haul of evidence next week as it grills chancellor George Osborne, Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King and FSA chairman Lord Adair Turner.
Clark has yet to appear before the Treasury select committee after a session on the Money Advice Service was cancelled in September because he had only been in his role for one day. It has not yet been re-scheduled.
Turner will appear alongside FSA head of prudential business unit Andrew Bailey in the Wilson room at Portcullis House.
While Sir Mervyn is answering questions on Thursday with the red hot favourite to succeed him, deputy governor Paul Tucker, and financial stability executive director Andy Haldane.
The commission will also take evidence in sub-committees on the collapse of HBOS and corporate governance below board level.
The inquiry is set to make an interim report on 18 December as part of its pre-legislative scrutiny work on the banking reform bill. It was set up by Osborne to examine the culture of British banking and feed any recommendations into the Government’s reforms.