RBS, Calls increase for publication of watchdog's account
The report, generated for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), advises that the group have misbehaved with several of its clients.
A letter from the MPs called RBS's management of business clients an "ugly dirty" on the UK economy services industry.
Mrs. Morgan has asked FCA head Andrew Bailey to protect RBS's allowance to release the report "without delay".
She says the report is near to a "strange number of third parties".
RBS's global limiting group managed from 2005 to 2013 as well as at its highest point handled 16,000 companies.
It was open as an expert service that would turn near a business and goes in when companies failed a loan refund or had a decrease in benefits or profits.
But the reports, which were officially inspected, caught that efforts doing companies who were slightly kept in the recovery side had a small chance of rising from it.
The letter from the all sides parliamentary team on light business banking and finance shows some care.
Among all these is that the inspection may not have involved all clients included with the GRG. Since RBS was lightly left to fix which businesses were to seen at.
It says in its letter that while descriptions of the "hit point and result" of the inspection left not disclosed from public view. They cannot be sure that the inspection has verified the scale as well as harm for the poor act at RBS. Nor whether there has been an enough reply from either the bank of the FCA.
The head of the team, Lord Cromwell, is going to meet Mr. Bailey next week.
Mrs. Morgan said, "The FCA said to the committee in month of November 2016 that a 'full account' of the searching from the skilled persons' report would be open to everyone.
"Nearly a year afterwards, and nearby 4 years since the report was specially made, we are still standing for answers."
"I have questioned Mr. Bailey to upgrade the team on any clue that the FCA discloses as part of its investigation into the leak," she said.