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UKFI to become subsidiary of new government-owned company
UKFI today confirms that it will become a subsidiary of UK Government Investments (UKGI), a new government company wholly owned by HM Treasury. download [106,1 KB]
Statement re: Lloyds Annual General Meeting
UKFI has lodged votes in favour of all resolutions at the bank’s Annual General Meeting on 14 May. download [105,8 KB]