RBS.L - The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
275.60
+0.20 (+0.07%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close275.40
Open276.00
Bid272.00 x 654700
Ask290.00 x 41000
Day's range274.90 - 277.10
52-week range221.80 - 304.20
Volume8,647,864
Avg. volume12,970,192
Market cap32.931B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-26.30
Earnings date23 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (2.81%)
Ex-dividend date2008-03-05
1y target est293.11
  • Funding Circle lines up Wall Street giant to lead £1.5bn float
    Sky News3 days ago

    Funding Circle lines up Wall Street giant to lead £1.5bn float

    Britain's biggest peer-to-peer lender is lining up one of Wall Street's top investment banks to spearhead a London flotation expected to value it at £1.5bn. Sky News has learnt that Funding Circle is expected to appoint Morgan Stanley (Xetra: 885836 - news) in the coming weeks to prepare it for one of the biggest stock market listings launched by a UK fintech start-up. City sources said that Morgan Stanley had been co-ordinating a series of meetings between Funding Circle's management and institutional investors in recent weeks.

  • City watchdog hands full report on RBS turnaround unit to MPs
    Sky News3 days ago

    City watchdog hands full report on RBS turnaround unit to MPs

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has handed MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) the full version of its report into the treatment of customers placed in RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) ' controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG). The City watchdog had been given a deadline of Friday by the Treasury Select Committee to either publish the document or hand it over - having previously refused to place it in the public domain on legal grounds. Only a summary has been officially released so far as the FCA argued it had not obtained necessary consents to release the full version.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    FCA refuses to publish report on RBS

    Britain's financial watchdog said it would not publish the full report into Royal Bank of Scotland Group's (RBS.L) treatment of small businesses, but instead sent a copy of the report to lawmakers on Friday. The cross-party Treasury Select Committee had given the Financial Conduct Authority a deadline of Friday to either publish the report, which details RBS's much-criticised treatment of small business customers, or provide a copy to the committee of politicians. The committee responded said it would meet next Tuesday to decide whether to publish the report under parliamentary privilege.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    MPs confirm receipt of confidential RBS report from regulator

    MPs confirmed on Friday that they had received a confidential report into Royal Bank of Scotland's alleged mistreatment of small businesses during the financial crisis. The Financial Conduct Authority has urged parliament's Treasury Committee not to publish the report, excerpts of which have already leaked but which the regulator says it is legally unable to make public due to its confidential nature. Committee chair Nicky Morgan said she would ask her parliamentary colleagues to agree to publish the report when they next meet on Feb. 20.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    UK lawmakers confirm receipt of confidential RBS report from regulator

    British lawmakers confirmed on Friday that they had received a confidential report into Royal Bank of Scotland's alleged mistreatment of small businesses during the financial crisis. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority has urged parliament's Treasury Committee not to publish the report, excerpts of which have already leaked but which the regulator says it is legally unable to make public due to its confidential nature. Committee chair Nicky Morgan said she would ask her parliamentary colleagues to agree to publish the report when they next meet on Feb. 20.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Britain's financial watchdog refuses to publish report on RBS

    Britain's financial watchdog said it would not publish the full report into Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) Group's treatment of small businesses, but instead sent a copy of the report to lawmakers on Friday. The cross-party Treasury Select Committee had given the Financial Conduct Authority a deadline of Friday to either publish the report, which details RBS's much-criticised treatment of small business customers, or provide a copy to the committee of politicians. The report details how RBS, which is still 71 percent owned by taxpayers following its bailout during the 2008-9 financial crisis, prioritised profit over nursing troubled business customers back to financial health.

  • Barclays hands Staley near-£1m bonus as watchdogs' verdict looms
    Sky News4 days ago

    Barclays hands Staley near-£1m bonus as watchdogs' verdict looms

    Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) is to hand its boss an annual bonus worth just under £1m for last year, even as he faces seeing a larger payout for 2016 slashed once regulators conclude a probe into his treatment of a whistleblower. Sky News has learnt that Barclays' remuneration committee has decided to award Jes Staley, its chief executive, less than half his maximum potential annual bonus, equating to a payment of roughly £900,000. People close to Barclays cautioned that final decisions on variable pay would not be taken until a board meeting next week.

  • Fintech Won't Keep the Loan Sharks from the Door
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Fintech Won't Keep the Loan Sharks from the Door

    Would non-bank lenders really be any kinder to borrowers?

  • Outgoing FCA chair joins race to head competition watchdog
    Sky News5 days ago

    Outgoing FCA chair joins race to head competition watchdog

    John Griffith-Jones, the outgoing chairman of the City watchdog, has been shortlisted to head the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) even as the audit firm where he spent most of his career faces demands to be broken up. Sky News has learnt that Mr Griffith-Jones, who steps down as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chairman next month, is among a handful of candidates to succeed Lord Currie at the CMA. Mr Griffith-Jones spent 37 years at KPMG, where he rose to became joint chairman of its European business.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    UPDATE 3-British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland (Frankfurt: A0TKTZ.F - news) followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Giant funds vie for £5.5bn chunk of taxpayer-owned bank loans
    Sky News6 days ago

    Giant funds vie for £5.5bn chunk of taxpayer-owned bank loans

    Some of the world's biggest fund managers are competing to buy £5.5bn of mortgage loans taken over by UK taxpayers during the banking crisis almost a decade ago. Sky News has learnt that Pacific Investment Management Co, better known as Pimco, the hedge funds Cerberus Capital Management and Och-Ziff, and M&G Prudential have been shortlisted by bankers advising UK Asset Resolution (UKAR) on the deal.

  • MP says wants to publish regulator's RBS report
    Reuters6 days ago

    MP says wants to publish regulator's RBS report

    British lawmaker Nicky Morgan said on Tuesday that she planned to ask fellow members of parliament's Treasury Committee to publish a confidential regulator's report into Royal Bank of Scotland's treatment of small businesses. Morgan, who chairs the committee, said she would use parliamentary powers to require the Financial Conduct Authority to provide committee members with the report, extracts of which have already been leaked. The FCA has completely lost control of the publication process," Morgan said on Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Senior UK lawmaker says wants to publish regulator's RBS report

    British lawmaker Nicky Morgan said on Tuesday that she planned to ask fellow members of parliament's Treasury Committee to publish a confidential regulator's report into Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) 's treatment of small businesses. "I will be asking members to agree to publish the final, unredacted report under parliamentary privilege as soon as possible," she said.

  • Lloyds sets 2020 non-white leadership target in FTSE 100 first
    Sky News7 days ago

    Lloyds sets 2020 non-white leadership target in FTSE 100 first

    Britain's biggest high street lender has become the first FTSE 100 company to set a formal target for the number of non-white employees employed in senior posts. The announcement, confirming an exclusive story by Sky News, means Lloyds Banking Group is targeting 8% of its top 7,000 staff to be identified as black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) by 2020. Lloyds' 8% target for BAME representation in senior ranks is likely to mean appointing roughly 150 more people from ethnic minority backgrounds to leadership roles by the end of the decade.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    British banks Lloyds and RBS set ethnic targets for top roles

    Britain's two biggest banks have set targets for ethnic minority representation in top roles after criticism of some of the country's largest companies for being opaque about diversity. Lloyds Banking Group said its targets marked the first time a FTSE 100 company had publicly laid out goals for ethnic diversity. The Royal Bank of Scotland followed up with the release of targets it gave internally in December.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    UK's SFO extends charges over Qatar loan in Barclays legal blow

    Britain's Serious Fraud Office has charged Barclays' operating subsidiary with giving Qatari investors an illegal loan which was then used to prop up its shares during the banking crisis, deepening the lender's legal difficulties. Barclays denies the SFO's allegation that the $3 billion loan it made to Qatar in November 2008 was connected with a Qatari investment in the British bank which ultimately helped it avoid a British government rescue, unlike its rivals Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) .

  • Treasury holds US talks in bid to seal huge RBS mis-selling fine
    Sky News9 days ago

    Treasury holds US talks in bid to seal huge RBS mis-selling fine

    The Treasury has held secret talks with‎ US officials aimed at accelerating a multibillion fine for Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS) that would finally draw a line under its pre-bailout misconduct. Sky News has learnt that officials from the Treasury were due to discuss earlier this week the progress of settlement negotiations between RBS‎ and the Department of Justice (DoJ) over the mis-selling of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). The talks were scheduled just days before the state-backed lender is expected to report its tenth consecutive annual loss - depending upon whether it takes another big charge for the impending DoJ fine.

  • FCA frustrates RBS report bid by MPs
    Sky News10 days ago

    FCA frustrates RBS report bid by MPs

    An attempt by MPs to force the publication of a report into RBS's controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG) continues to be frustrated by the City watchdog. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) told ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    FCA resists parliament request to publish RBS report

    Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Friday it was legally barred from publishing in full a report into alleged mistreatment by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) of small business customers that has been requested by a parliamentary committee. FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said it was "highly unlikely" that it would be able to publish the report by a Feb. 16 deadline set this week by parliament's Treasury Committee (TSC). Bailey said he would provide lawmakers with a copy of the report - extracts of which have already been leaked to media - if they made a further formal request, but urged them against publishing it themselves.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK regulator resists parliament request to publish RBS report

    Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Friday it was legally barred from publishing in full a report into alleged mistreatment by Royal Bank of Scotland of small business customers that has been requested by a parliamentary committee. FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said it was "highly unlikely" that it would be able to publish the report by a Feb. 16 deadline set this week by parliament's Treasury Committee (TSC (Shenzhen: 000877.SZ - news) ). Bailey said he would provide lawmakers with a copy of the report - extracts of which have already been leaked to media - if they made a further formal request, but urged them against publishing it themselves.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Parliament committee 'pleased' regulator working to provide RBS report

    The chair of a British parliamentary committee said on Friday she was pleased that the country's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was trying to make available a report into historic misconduct by Royal Bank of Scotland. The FCA said earlier on Friday that legal restrictions made it "highly unlikely" it could publish the report into RBS's treatment of small businesses by a Feb. 16 deadline set by the committee, though it would provide lawmakers with a confidential copy on request. "I am pleased to see that the FCA is trying to get the report agreed for publication or handed to the Committee to meet its deadline," Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan said in response.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK parliament committee "pleased" regulator working to provide RBS report

    The chair of a British parliamentary committee said on Friday she was pleased that the country's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was trying to make available a report into historic misconduct by Royal Bank of Scotland. The FCA said earlier on Friday that legal restrictions made it "highly unlikely" it could publish the report into RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) 's treatment of small businesses by a Feb. 16 deadline set by the committee, though it would provide lawmakers with a confidential copy on request. "I am pleased to see that the FCA is trying to get the report agreed for publication or handed to the Committee to meet its deadline," Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan said in response.

  • FCA given deadline to publish RBS report
    Sky News12 days ago

    FCA given deadline to publish RBS report

    The City watchdog has been given a deadline to publish its report into RBS's controversial Global Restructuring Group. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been criticised for delaying the release ...

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