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
Annual Report and Accounts 2019-20
This annual report and accounts provides an overview of UKGI’s activities during the 2019-20 financial year. It includes statements by our Chief Executive and Chair, Strategic and Directors’ reports, Board Committee reports and the financial statements for the year.Read it here
UK Government Investments (UKGI) is the government's centre of excellence in corporate governance and corporate finance, 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 governance and corporate finance.
Act as shareholder for, and lead establishment of, UK government arm’s length bodies
Advise on all major UK government corporate finance matters, including: financial interventions into corporate structures, corporate finance negotiations and providing central capability on contingent liabilities.
Acquire, manage and execute the sale of all significant UK government corporate assets
19 Mar 2021
15 Mar 2021
UK Government Investments (“UKGI”), the government’s centre of excellence in corporate governance and corporate finance, today announces that it has significantly strengthened its senior advisory team with the appointment of eight new Executive Directors who bring a breadth of […]Continue reading
26 Feb 2021
UK Government Investments (UKGI) today confirms that UK Asset Resolution Ltd (UKAR) has agreed the sale of the issued share […]Continue reading