The Green Investment Bank - But will it actually be a Bank?


The Governance and Business model for the Green Investment Bank (GIB) & will it actually be a “bank”?

Philip Henson, Partner in City of London Law firm Bargate Murray sets out his views -

After much fanfare the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has announced detailed plans of the vision for a Green Investment Bank with the aspiration that “The UK will be the first country in the world to create a bank dedicated to the greening of our economy”.

Governance and Business model

As most of my readers will be interested in the governance and business model of the GIB here is a peek into some of the detail in the progress report behind the seemingly vague vision, referred to above.

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