The FSA is aiming to publish a more in depth account of its decision to clear former directors of Royal Bank of Scotland of any wrongdoing, according to reports.
The Financial Times says Treasury select committee chairman Andrew Tyrie understands the FSA is to “seek permission from RBS to enable the release of more information from this investigation in the public interest”.
He said: “We have to have in the public domain information that tells us how RBS got into this pretty pass.”
It comes after Tyrie wrote to the FSA yesterday asking for a summary of their investigation to be produced, so permission from those included can then be sought.
Previously the FSA claimed it was unable to release details of the probe which found no lack of integrity among senior RBS staff or failure of governence on the part of the board.
Speaking to the BBC last week, FSA chairman Lord Turner said the RBS report is difficult to disclose because it was broken down into numerous parts.
The FT says RBS declined to comment.