Strategic Investment Board Limited (SIB) supports the public sector in the delivery of infrastructure projects. A small Asset Management Unit works with the Executive to implement their Asset Management Strategy. We also provide strategic advice to Ministers on the development and roll-out of the Executive’s infrastructure Investment Strategy (ISNI).
Depending on the requirement, SIB also provides expertise on project and programme management, procurement law, corporate finance and regulation, community regeneration, strategic marketing communications and strategic planning.
SIB is governed by a Board of Directors, accountable to the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister.
As a professional advisory company, SIB relies wholly on the quality of its people to add value to Departments’ projects and programmes. Our selection processes ensure that we can offer excellent advice to our partners by recruiting and retaining leading practitioners in the field of infrastructure investment, funding and delivery.
Our core team is small – comprised of 18 Strategic Advisers who bring extensive experience of funding and implementing major investment projects across the EU and further afield. The Advisory Team has competency in all areas relating to effective infrastructure investment, including:
SIB draws these disciplines together into a coherent team focused exclusively on supporting partners to deliver their complex projects faster and to secure better value for taxpayers’ money. Our team is committed to supporting the public sector to deliver a stronger physical and social infrastructure, enabling the Northern Ireland Executive to deliver greater economic, social and environmental outcomes.
All of the SIB team live and work in the region and have a passion for its ongoing transformation. The majority of advisers have extensive private sector corporate backgrounds. All have professional qualifications in appropriate disciplines, and around one-third have doctoral degrees for innovation in their field.
SIB supports and works with a broad range of partners and stakeholders in the public, private, voluntary and community sectors. Partnership is a vital aspect of our work and we have built effective working relationships with the aim of supporting the efficient delivery of infrastructure programmes to meet the needs of people in the region.
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