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Confirmed impacts: Helping to improve strategic management of debt owed to government

This impacts case study shows how Cabinet Office and HM Treasury have actioned our recommendations through updated guidance and strategies, establishing consistent cross-government monitoring measures and creating the company ‘Debt Market Integrator’ to provide debt management services.

It is one example of financial or non-financial benefits realised in 2014 as a result of our involvement, all of which are set out in our interactive PDF.

Published:
15 Oct 2015
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Confirmed impacts: Helping to ensure an effective strategic centre of government

This impacts case study shows how our demonstration of the need for a more effective, coherent and consistent approach to cross-government collaboration helped motivate action to strengthen the role and improve the effectiveness of the centre of government.

It is one example of financial or non-financial benefits realised in 2014 as a result of our involvement, all of which are set out in our interactive PDF.

Published:
15 Oct 2015
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HM Treasury’s 2014-15 Annual Report and Accounts

This is the fifth report on HM Treasury’s Annual Report and Accounts. It details the Comptroller and Auditor General’s assessment of audit risk arising from the Treasury’s major financial stability and wider economic support schemes. The number of bodies within the scope of HM Treasury’s financial statements continues to grow and the balance of risks is shifting from the Treasury’s financial stability schemes towards its broader role of supporting the economy.

Published:
21 Jul 2015
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Outcome-based payment schemes: government’s use of payment by results

Payment by results (PbR) schemes are hard to get right, and are risky and costly for commissioners. Credible evidence for claimed benefits of PbR is now needed.

Published:
19 Jun 2015
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Financial services: regulation, redress and advice overview 2014

This guide is designed to provide a quick and accessible overview of the financial services regulation, redress and advice bodies, using our published work. It covers:
• The responsibilities 5 financial services regulation, redress and advice bodies and how they spend their money
• Interaction and cooperation between the 5 bodies
• Our recent findings and future challenges for the 5 bodies
• Case studies on the impact of payment protection insurance mis-selling on the Financial Ombudsman Service and the financial crisis on the Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Published:
27 Feb 2015