The Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt (CRND)'s main function is the investment and management of government funds, including the National Insurance Fund Investment Account, the National Lottery Distribution Fund Investment Account and the Court Funds Investment Account.
The origins of the CRND can be traced back to the National Debt Reduction Act of 1786. There are nine ex officio Commissioners (The Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Governor and Deputy Governors of the Bank of England, The Speaker of the House of Commons, The Master of the Rolls, The Accountant General of the Senior Courts and the Lord Chief Justice). The CRND's functions are entirely carried out by, and incorporated into, the United Kingdom Debt Management Office (DMO) through the nomination of DMO staff to the two statutory executive roles of the public body, the Comptroller General and the Assistant Comptroller. The operations of the CRND are allocated across the DMO's organisational structure and are carried out by its civil servants. No separate annual report is published for the CRND. Annual accounts are produced for the funds managed although these are not published by the DMO.
|Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)|
|Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration|
|Register of Interests||Yes|
|Last Annual Report|