Government formally hands over reins of Green Investment Bank to Macquarie

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The Green Investment Bank is now owned by Macquarie | Credit: DECC
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The Green Investment Bank is now owned by Macquarie | Credit: DECC

Controversial sale of the Green Investment Bank to Australia's Macquarie closes and bank's name changed to the 'Green Investment Group'

The UK government's £2.3bn ($3bn) sale of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) to Australian bank Macquarie is now complete, bringing to an end a process that has endured widespread criticism and months of...

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