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Thousands of shareholders are still awaiting compensation almost a year after they settled a high-profile lawsuit with Royal Bank of Scotland which spared disgraced chief executive Fred Goodwin from giving ...
After a decade of deep cuts to rein in a division that nearly bankrupted its parent, Royal Bank of Scotland's investment bank is attracting new business once again, according to executives and a review of industry data. The investment banking division, NatWest Markets, helped propel RBS's meteoric rise from a small Scottish lender to a behemoth with assets outstripping British GDP in 2008, almost derailing the economy when it emerged much of them were toxic.
The UK financial regulator will on Monday face calls from an anti-corruption campaign group to investigate Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered for handling more than $2bn of allegedly embezzled ...
Royal Bank of Scotland on Tuesday agreed to a $500 million settlement linked to charges that it sold faulty residential mortgage-backed securities to investors in the lead up to the financial crisis in ...
Royal Bank of Scotland reached a $500 million settlement in New York over the bank’s misrepresentations to investors about the quality of home loans it packaged into mortgage-backed securities at the height ...
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS.L) has reached a $500 million settlement with New York state to resolve charges it misled investors by selling risky mortgage securities that contributed to the 2008 global financial crisis. The settlement announced on Tuesday by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman calls for the British bank to pay $100 million in cash to the state and provide $400 million of relief to homeowners and communities, including funds to build affordable housing.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc agreed to pay $500 million to settle New York’s probe into its marketing of toxic mortgage-backed securities that triggered the financial crisis, moving the government-owned ...
Royal Bank of Scotland on Tuesday agreed a $500m settlement with New York State over mis-selling residential mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis. It comes ahead of an anticipated ...
Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a $500m settlement over the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities in the lead-up to the financial crisis, the New York attorney-general said on Tuesday. As part ...
RBS reported a profit for 2017 recently – making it the first full-year profit in ten years. But investors couldn't quite celebrate the news, as RBS’s attempts to settle its legacy U.S. mortgage issue with the Department of Justice (DoJ) and other state agencies hasn’t yielded any results.
Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) could reach a multi billion-dollar settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) over its mis-selling of toxic mortgage-backed securities within weeks, Sky News reported on Friday, citing sources. The bank is due to hold formal negotiations with the DoJ this month and a figure significantly higher than the $3.5 billion RBS has set aside to cover the fine is on the table for the first time, the media organization said.
Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) could reach a multi billion-dollar settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) over its mis-selling of toxic mortgage-backed securities within weeks, Sky News reported on Friday, citing sources. The bank is due to hold formal negotiations with the DoJ this month and a figure significantly higher than the $3.5 billion (2.54 billion pounds) RBS has set aside to cover the fine is on the table for the first time, the media organisation said.
In February, RBS revealed that it paid women on average 37% less than men, with the company saying the pay gap reflected an under-representation of women at senior levels.
Ewen Stevenson, chief financial officer at RBS, discusses possible job cuts at the bank, restructuring charges, branch closures, their contingency plans for Brexit, the probe by the U.S. Department of ...
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc Chief Financial Officer Ewen Stevenson signaled further job cuts as Britain’s biggest government-owned lender accelerates its investment in technology.
Nearly all the senior employees in Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS.L) business turnaround division also worked for its predecessor, which is alleged to have pushed firms into bankruptcy, British lawmakers said on Tuesday. Figures released by RBS showed that the unit, whose predecessor is at the centre of a political storm over its treatment of troubled businesses, had merely been rebranded, Treasury Select Committee Chair Nicky Morgan said. RBS disclosed that 30 of its 32 senior restructuring managers (94 percent) worked at both the new division and the since-closed Global Restructuring Group (GRG), which handled some 12,000 small business customers between 2007 and 2012.
U.K. stocks decline on Friday and suffer a weekly loss, with shares of Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and International Consolidates Airlines Group SA leading the charge south after results.
The UK's top share index dipped on Friday after bank RBS and airline operator IAG tumbled following their results, sending the FTSE 100 to a slight weekly loss. Britain's blue chip FTSE 100 index closed down 0.11 percent at 7,244 points. Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland were the biggest fallers, down 4.8 percent and on track for their biggest one-day drop in nearly one year after the bank reported its full year results.
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Mar.01 -- Ewen Stevenson, chief financial officer at RBS, discusses possible job cuts at the bank, restructuring charges, branch closures, their contingency plans for Brexit, the probe by the U.S. Department of Justice and reinstating the dividend. He speaks to Bloomberg's Nejra Cehic on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."