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Uncertain legacy of the man who broke Royal Bank of Scotland

By Ian Fraser Published: The Mail on Sunday Date: October 19th, 2008 AS the Royal Bank of Scotland announces that the reign of chief executive Sir Fred Goodwin will officially end on January 31, the nation’s flagship bank takes an uneasy step toward an uncertain future. Here, Ian Fraser, a leading financial commentator who has […]

October 19th, 2008 | Posted in Article Library | Read More »

Can politicians really make banking leopards change their spots?

By Ian Fraser Published: Sunday Herald Date: October 12th, 2008 MARKETS IN MELTDOWN: The UK government’s £500 billion bail‑out could backfire by giving banks licence to continue their reckless behaviour and preserve an outdated banking model. By Ian Fraser LAST WEDNESDAY, the British government took a massive punt on the future of the British banking […]

October 12th, 2008 | Posted in Article Library | Read More »

RBS will get ‘billions’ in US bail-out of economy

By Ian Fraser Published: Sunday Herald Date: September 28th, 2008 Scottish bank benefits if plan gets green light THE ROYAL Bank of Scotland is to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the planned $700 billion bail-out that comes courtesy of the American tax-payer if the US Congress gives the financial rescue package the go-ahead […]

September 28th, 2008 | Posted in Article Library,Latest Articles | Read More »

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