Accessibility


W3C Standards
This website validates to W3C standards, and complies to Level 2 (AA) for accessibility. We have also made every effort to comply with the UK Disability Discrimination (DDA) Act of 1995. If you do have any problems using this site, or have found an element that does not comply to the above, please contact us.

Accessible Design
All images use alt tags for screen readers.

Pop-Up Windows
There are no pop-up windows used on this site.

Accessibility Keys
If you do have special needs, or have difficulty in using a mouse or pointing device, you can use Accessibility Keys on this site. These keys comply with UK Government guidelines and allow you to navigate using only your keyboard.


The available Accessibility Keys used on this site are:

[1] Home page
[3] Sitemap
[8] Terms and conditions
[0] Access key details (this page)
[C] Contact us
[P] Publications

Accessibility Key Combinations On Different Web Browsers
Using accessibility keys varies depending on the web browser you have installed. The table below shows Accessibility Key combinations for the common web browsers:

Operating System Browser Access Key Combination
Windows Internet Explorer 4 + ALT + Access Key + ENTER
Windows Firefox SHIFT + ALT + Access Key
Windows Netscape 6 + SHIFT + ALT + Access Key
Mac OS X Safari CONTROL + Access Key
Mac OS X Firefox CONTROL + Access Key


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PRESS RELEASE
18th August 2017

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
We have been made aware that members of the public have been approached and offered loans by fraudsters purporting to work for UK Financial Investments (UKFI). Please be aware that UKFI does not offer loans or any other financial service products to consumers. Any individuals who have been approached in this way are encouraged to report this to Action Fraud. The FCA website provides steps you can take to protect yourself, and how to spot and avoid scams from unauthorised firms.


PRESS RELEASE
11th May 2017

UKFI Notification re: Annual General Meetings (AGM)
UK Financial Investments Limited (UKFI), which manages the Government’s shareholding in the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Lloyds Banking Group (Lloyds), has lodged votes.