Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its second successive year in the black and announced a £1.6 billion final dividend, resulting in a near £1 billion windfall for the taxpayer.
Royal Bank of Scotland
Demand for permanent and temporary staff grew last month as Scotland’s labour market continued to tighten, according to a jobs survey.
Two former bank buildings sold as a third goes on the market bringing welcome boost to north-east high streets
The sale of former bank buildings could provide the chance to "breathe life" back into north-east high streets.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has proposed buying back shares from the Government as it looks to deploy excess capital and speed up its privatisation.
Thousands of people across Scotland are being issued with new debit cards as a way of protecting their bank details following cyber attacks on Ticketmaster.
How Royal Bank of Scotland is embracing creativity and technology to build a safe and secure future for customers.
Scottish institution working hard to bring balance to banking.
The Co-operative Bank has confirmed that it will bid for a slice of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s £775 million fund which is aimed at increasing competition in Britain’s banking sector.
The firm which printed the first colour banknotes in Europe is helping set the tech tone for the 21st century
Green spaces and a connection to nature are hugely important when it comes to calling a place a home, according to a new study from Royal Bank of Scotland.
A “real crisis” exists in Scottish entrepreneurial education, the head of a north-east business school said yesterday.
Modern life is changing what we prioritise when it comes to choosing a place to call home.
There is a lot to be proud of about Scotland – and a new study from Royal Bank of Scotland has shown exactly what it is that makes us passionate about where we live.
A new breed of bankers is bringing old-fashioned face-to-face support to the unlikeliest of places.
A new banking partnership has been formed to provide finance to farmers for urgent or complicated projects.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.
People in Aberdeen and the north-east are being urged to be aware of counterfeit notes following recent reports of attempts to tender fake notes in the city.
Stars of Scottish rugby will visit a north-east rugby club this weekend.
People on Barra are being urged to take part in a review which could save the island’s only bank.
The widening and extension of a Highland town’s slipway was met with delight as the Ullapool Harbour Trust’s project reached completion.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to suspend its mobile bank van service on the Isle of Barra because of low usage, lack of ferry capacity and local hostility towards staff on some occasions.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced it will take up more than 7,000sq ft in the Marischal Square development.
Disappointment is high as it’s emerged mobile bank van services may be kept from rural town centres as Royal Bank of Scotland branches close.
One of Scotland’s leading agricultural bankers has told farmers to get their businesses “future fit” ahead of the UK’s exit from Europe.
A group of councillors battling to save their local banks took their fight to Royal Bank of Scotland’s door yesterday.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s outgoing finance chief has cautioned that now is not the “optimum” time for the Government to sell down the taxpayer’s stake in the lender.
A mobile bank introduced to the Isle of Barra after finance bosses threatened to close the island branch is needlessly taking up valuable deck space as the tourism season kicks in, the local MP has claimed.
RBS bosses have been accused of lying to MPs amidst claims staff at banks poised for closure have continued to be set targets on convincing customers to go digital.
A hapless thief has been jailed for mistakenly breaking into a bank in Aberdeen in the early hours of Christmas Day.
Fresh concerns have emerged about the Royal Bank of Scotland cutting mobile bank visits in Moray.
A group of politicians have written to the chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to criticise the decision to make widespread changes to mobile banking schedules.
New plans to roll out a mobile banking service to north-east towns affected by RBS branch closures were branded a “slap in the face” yesterday.