Royal Bank Of Scotland Group (RBS) is to change its name to NatWest later this year.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) still has £600 million available to pay future successful PPI claims, according to figures published in their annual report.
A Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) plan to buy back more than £1 billion worth of its own shares from the government could mean the British taxpayer losing millions of pounds.
A Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) claim that it has changed its culture has been questioned by a group of top MPs as employees involved in what has become known as the GRG scandal are still working for the bank.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Ross McEwan has admitted it could take up to 10 years for the bank to restore trust in its reputation after it came joint bottom in a customer satisfaction survey.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) chairman Sir Howard Davies has revealed the bank is considering changing its name because of the ‘very serious’ reputational damage it has suffered since the financial crash of 2008.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) has agreed to pay a $4.9 billion (£3.61 billion) civil penalty to close a long-running investigation into their financial dealings in America in the lead-up to the financial crisis.
The size of the penalty came as a surprise to many experts who had predicted the final settlement would be much higher. RBS said it has already set aside $3.6 billion in anticipation of the size of the penalty.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) boss Ross McEwan has defended the closure of 62 Scottish branches as ‘difficult’, but commercially necessary.
The closures are part of a larger 162 branch plan across the country, but Scottish MPs had demanded Mr McEwan appeared before them as many of the Scottish branches served isolated rural communities.
Just days after announcing a trebling of profits to £792 million in the first quarter of the year, Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) has announced it intends to close another 162 branches and cut 792 jobs.
Plans to set up a new challenger bank under the Williams & Glyn brand name have been scrapped, leaving the bank with two separate networks running side by side.Read More
The Treasury are preparing to sell off the remaining Bradford & Bingley mortgages to try to recover the last portion of the £20 billion bailout cost from the financial crash of 2008.