Would full privatisation pose a threat to Green Investment Bank's green remit?

Madeleine Cuff
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Would full privatisation pose a threat to Green Investment Bank's green remit?

Reports government has a 'preference' to offload 100 per cent of its stake in the green bank prompts NGOs to call for greater transparency surrounding bidder selection criteria

It has been almost a year since the government revealed plans to sell off a stake in the Green Investment Bank (GIB), the pioneering body credited with driving more than £8bn of investment in green infrastructure...

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