The Royal Bank of Scotland

 

The Royal Bank of Scotland

worldbanks.news The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is one of the retail banking subsidiaries of Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, which together with NatWest, provides branch banking facilities in the UK. Royal Bank of Scotland has around 700 branches, mainly in Scotland though there are branches in many larger towns and cities throughout England and Wales.

The Royal Bank of Scotland, along with Clydesdale Bank and Bank of Scotland, still prints its own banknotes. The UK Government owns a controlling stake of 82% of the RBS’s ordinary shares, however the bank itself remains nominally independent of Government.

Total assets: £783 billion (as of June 30, 2017).
Net loss: £2.0 billion (2011), £5.97 billion (2012), £8.99 billion (2013), £3.47 billion (2014), £1.98 billion (2015), £6.96 billion (2016), £752 million (2017), £2.17 billion (2018).

HeadquarterEdinburgh, UK
Key PeopleHoward Davies (Chairman), Ross McEwan (Group CEO)
Company TypePublic (LSE: RBS)
Head Office36 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2 2YB
Phone+44 (0)131 556 8555
Fax+44 (0)131 557 6565
Official Site
www.rbs.co.uk
SWIFT CodeRBOSGB2L
Founded1727
ID: 72321953. Updated: 30.04.2020
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