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RBS

abbrev. RIBOSOME-BINDING SITE.
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Following the banking crisis in 2008, the taxpayer bailed out RBS and the UK Government is the current major shareholder.
The SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford said: "After huge pressure from the SNP and community campaigners, RBS announced a reprieve for 10 local branches - but our fight to save the remaining banks continues.
We are pleased to see the RBS 70 system as a key capability that contributes to strengthening the defence and security of the Latvian nation.
RBS is now planning to separate the business from RBS in the first quarter of 2017 which remains compatible with the end 2017 divestment deadline.
After helping RBS GBM (the investment arm of RBS) survive insolvency, John MacFarlane went on to become the Chairman and CEO of Barclays bank.
the RBS Funds or receiving new shares in the GSAM Funds.
RBS bankers were caught up in two cartels, one in euro interest-rate derivatives market and the other in a Japanese yen.
The ratings for RBS' subordinated debt, junior subordinated debt and junior capital instruments and those issued by the other related entities of the RBS Group were also confirmed with a stable outlook, in line with that of RBS' BFSR/BCA, from which they are ultimately derived.
But RBS became the latest bank to set more cash aside for mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI), confirming another PS185m to cover claims, taking its total bill for the scandal to PS2.
I have another suggestion: RBS group could divest themselves of various assets and pay back some of the money they owe to the taxpayer.
RBS said the Indian retail and commercial operations are profitable, generated revenues of PS42m in the nine months to September 30 and have total assets of around PS190m.
The UK Government's policy has always been to return RBS to the private sector, but only when it delivers value for money for the taxpayer.