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Royal Bank of Scotland has denied claims that it trained staff in how to forge customers' signatures, The Times reports. Bank Confidential, a new organisation which aims to root out unacceptable practices in the big banks, said it had become aware of allegedly fraudulent practices in the bank from w

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A leaked Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) report says RBS management "turned a blind eye" to failings in its scandal-hit Global Restructuring Group (GRG), the Mail on Sunday reports. The unpublished report is said to reveal that RBS management pressured staff members to squeeze companies for larger

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Royal Bank of Scotland is set to shed nearly 160 employees as it closes a total of 62 branches across Scotland, it announced today. The announcement from the bank - which is still 72 per cent state-owned - comes just nine months after RBS's announcement of 30 branch closures.

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Progress continues towards a settlement in a court action brought by thousands of shareholders against the Royal Bank of Scotland, senior counsel has said. At the High Court in London, Jonathan Nash QC, for the shareholders, updated Mr Justice Hildyard on the case.

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RBS is bracing itself for the annual rammy over bonuses at the loss-making, state-owned bank. Sky News reports that the bank is finalising plans to announce £340 million in bonuses – roughly in line with last year’s £370 million and well down on the 2008 figure of £1.8 billion, when the bank

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RBS and NatWest are refunding tens of thousands of customers who were wrongly charged interest on student overdrafts over a 14-year period. The bank currently offers students interest-free overdrafts and often customers are offered the option of raising their limit mid-way through their course.

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Another week and its another legal action for RBS. It has now emerged that the 73 per cent state owned bank is being sued for £145 million by liquidators at Grant Thornton acting for the creditors of a number of fraudulent companies engaged in a VAT carousel fraud in which carbon credits were being

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RBS is to face another major legal action over the alleged mis-selling of interest rate swaps at a time when bosses are said to have known of Libor-rigging. The state-owned bank denies the accusations made by Stuart Wall, head of student accommodation company Opal Property, until it collapsed in 201

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Alison Rose, CEO Specialist lender Together has joined RBS’s Capital Connections pilot scheme for business banking customers who are unable to borrow directly from the bank.

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This weekend RBS sponsored Britain's high-profile LGBT annual awards. It is a further sign that the sector is taking gender issues seriousl. Mark McFall examines how the Scottish financial sector is seeking to become more inclusive. 50% of Generation X see gender as being on a spectrum. Many financ

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