That was ordered by the EU because the bank took bail out money. Bank of England and RBS never wanted that to happen. It will not happen again. RBS is now wanting to regain its credibility. RBS wants to start paying a dividend in the next year or two.
He still owns 10%, which is a much bigger part of the company than any other of his holdings. Talking about it too much will look too self serving. MONIF has had a terrific run and it needs to consolidate.