Our People - Mr Joshua Reddaway

Mr Joshua Reddaway

Mr Joshua Reddaway
Audit Manager - Corporate Finance VFM, National Audit Office

Joshua Reddaway is a manager in the National Audit Office’s Corporate Finance and Infrastructure team where he leads value for money investigations into issues including public-private-partnerships, the use of private finance, privatisations and the management of publicly owned businesses. He also has responsibility for knowledge management across the Office on commercial and contracting issues. He is currently managing studies on the Treasury’s measures to support UK banks following the financial crisis, and on the Treasury’s management of the banks in temporary public ownership. His previous published reports (under the name of the NAO) include The performance and management of hospital PFI contracts (June 2010), Private Finance Projects (October 2009), Building Schools for the Future: renewing the secondary school estate (February 2009), The Performance of the Department for Communities and Local Government 2006-07 (January 2008); The Thames Gateway: Laying the foundations (May 2007); Using modern methods of construction to build homes more quickly and efficiently (November 2005); A Foot on the Ladder - Low Cost Home Ownership Assistance (June 2006); Value for Grant Comparator: A report to the Housing Corporation (May 2005); English Regions - Getting Citizens Involved: Community Participation in Neighbourhood Renewal (October 2004). He has an MA in social anthropology from King’s College, Cambridge, where he was awarded a scholarship and distinction, and a postgraduate certificate in economics from Birkbeck. He is an Associate Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales.