The Treasury has today released the latest round of Investor Confidence Rating (ICR) results for three public sector agencies. The ICR assesses how well investment-intensive government agencies are managing their investments and assets and highlights areas for performance improvement.
Ōtākaro Ltd received an ‘A’ rating (on the scale of A to E), signaling a high level of investment management capability and performance, and trust in the agency delivering investments successfully.
The Waikato District Health Board and Capital & Coast District Health Board each received a ‘C’ rating. A ‘C’ rating means that the status quo investment management system arrangements remain in place. Both DHBs have improvement programmes underway to improve to a B minimum rating over time.
Twenty-three government agencies have now had an ICR assessment. All ICR results are available on the Treasury website: Results of the Investor Confidence Rating. General information about ICR assessments is also available: Investor Confidence Rating
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