The table below shows the Financial Transactions allocation per portfolio for 2023-24 and 2024-25. Portfolios receive income from previous Financial Transactions investments which are factored into the gross amounts in the table.
Financial Transactions allocations available for 2025-26 have yet to be confirmed by the UK Government. As with the capital tables, the figures for 2022-23 reflect those published as part of the 2022-23 Scottish Budget.
|Portfolios||Net Financial Transactions||2-Year Total||Gross Financial Transactions||2-Year Total|
|2022-23 Budget||2023-24||2024-25||2022-23 Budget||2023-24||2024-25|
|Education and Skills||22.1||15.0||10.0||25.0||31.00||23.9||18.9||42.8|
|Finance and Economy||284.6||258.0||254.0||512.0||298.5||292.8||288.2||581.0|
|Health and Social Care||10.0||5.0||5.0||10.0||10.0||5.0||5.0||10.0|
|Net Zero, Energy and Transport||60.3||41.0||61.0||102.0||72.7||46.1||61.1||107.2|
|Social Justice, Housing and Local Government||150.0||67.0||46.0||113.0||231.0||153.0||140.0||293.0|
1 Figures may not sum due to rounding.
These allocations include:
- £581 million towards supporting the economy, including capitalisation of the Scottish National Investment Bank and the enterprise agencies.
- £102 million towards addressing the climate crisis with, £42 million to support delivery of the Heat in Buildings strategy and £60 million for the North East and Moray Just Transition Fund.
- £293 million to support the Affordable Housing Supply Programme in 2023-24 and 2024-25 through, for example, shared equity schemes and charitable bonds.
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