Chair announced for Green Investment Bank

James S Murray
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Lord Smith of Kelvin and Sir Adrian Montague appointed as chair and deputy chair of newly launched Green Investment Bank public company

Two City grandees have been installed as the top team for the newly formed Green Investment Bank (GIB), as the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) today confirmed the bank has taken another...

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