A key part of UKGI’s mission is to support departments across Whitehall to be most effective in their role as shareholders of arm’s length bodies. In a newly published paper drawing on our expertise across both the public and private sectors, we identify how, where and why arm’s length bodies are used by government, and define seven critical success factors for setting up and managing them.Read more
UK Government Investments (UKGI) is the government's centre of excellence in corporate finance and corporate governance, working across government on some of its most interesting and complex commercial tasks. We work closely with both the private and public sectors, advising and interacting with ministers, Parliament and Whitehall departments.Read more
UK Government Investments (UKGI) is the government's centre of excellence in corporate finance and corporate governance.
Advise on other major corporate finance matters, including all major UK government financial interventions into corporate structures and on major UK government corporate finance negotiations.
Act as shareholder for, and lead establishment of, UK government arm’s length bodies, as required and in line with HMT priorities.
29 Apr 2020
AGM resolutions UK Government Investments (UKGI), which manages the government’s shareholding in the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), has lodged […]Continue reading
17 Feb 2020
Charles Donald has been appointed as CEO of UK Government Investments (UKGI), by John Glen, the Economic Secretary to the […]Continue reading
23 Jan 2020
UKGI, as the government’s centre of excellence in corporate finance and corporate governance, has today published a new paper on […]Continue reading
21 May 2020
Executive Directors who are part of our corporate governance practice within UKGI will lead on working with government-owned businesses and delivery bodies[...]Continue reading