the RBS-Q goes x-Div in one month. the present annual rate is 7.41% according to Fidelity. The RBA-E goes xdiv in about 1.4 months, at a rate of 6.87% annualized. Someone knows a secret about The RBS-pQ. what is it?
Would it be possible for any parts of RBS to become a European Bank separate from the RBS Group? If it were a Netherlands bank and paying the dividends of RBS-pr RBS-pp, RBS-pn, RBS-pq or RBS-ps. Would the dividend be subject to a Netherlands tax.