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RBS Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc

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12 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Royal Bank Of Scotland Investors - RBS

Royal Bank Of Scotland Investors - RBS

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc RBS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 120.90 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
120.90 120.90
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Posted at 22/9/2021 12:51 by chinese investor
Just received a cheque.
It is to compensate me for the disproportionately high "contributions" I made.
Thank you Signature !

Chinese Investor (RBS) 08 Aug 2020 - 09:36:09
Signature have gone very quiet on the possibility of the small claimants getting a partial return on their "contributions" which is a shame.
Posted at 08/8/2020 11:27 by chinese investor
Lest we forget :-

"Thousands of claimants will not receive their full compensation until millions of pounds worth of liabilities racked up by the AGC are bottomed out.

Earlier this year the High Court heard from lawyers acting for the claimants that fraudster Gerard Walsh was the “prime mover” behind the AGC.

It heard that Walsh is claiming £3.75m from the settlement on top of £80 per hour in consultancy fees that he has charged for his work on the case since March 2009 – despite the fact he was described to Signature Litigation, the law firm acting for the claimants, as a “volunteer who did not expect financial reward”.

However a letter sent by Signature to the claimants states: “We have identified that significant sums have been paid … to entities connected to Mr Walsh for apparent rental costs.”

Additionally investors in RBS have become alarmed by payments made between two separate action groups claiming to represent shareholders and customers wronged by the bailed-out banking giant.

AGC has transferred sums of money to a separate action group which is mulling legal action against RBS in Scotland over the mistreatment of business customers by the bank’s former GRG unit; the same Signature letter to claimants states “significant sums” have also been paid to the RBS GRG Business Action Group.

A spokesperson for Signature Litigation said: “We confirm that we have seen evidence of substantial lending by the RBoS Shareholders Action Group Company to the GRG Action Group, which the Action Group Company had no authority from claimants to carry out. We have yet to be satisfied that the money was all repaid. We confirm that we were unaware of this at any time and that the claimants themselves were never informed.”"
Posted at 29/7/2020 22:16 by buywell3
A name change won't help this chart --- only better numbers will IMO

buywell has been negative on banks for the last 5 years as many might have gathered

The share price Chart of UK banks has agreed with buywell .

======== LLOY and Banks and Markets and GOLD =======

If you look back buywell has said 20p for a few months now

Several months back when LLOY was circa 60p to 68p and they were carrying on a large buyback program of many Billions of pounds using shareholders monies . buywell was critical of that program and predicted 30p would come when it stopped.

This is now the case with FED stimulus in the USA

They have created a monster market in the face of a Covid-19 pandemic. A monster which must be fed ever bigger meals to keep it alive as it grows.

Another $ 2 Trillion now hangs in the balance ( days) to add to the $7 Trillion already spent/agreed . The $ has tanked nearly 9% in the face of such FED actions and GOLD has surged to Historical highs.

Another $2 Trillion should IMO tank the $ another several per cent and send POG higher still IMO. Will investors now increasingly leave the main markets and invest in precious metals ? IMO some have done so already and it has been FED stimulus that has been sending Main markets and POG higher at the same time .

This is not the usual case IMO so we have a disconnect situation indicating the markets are in a stressed / bubble state.

All IMO dyor
Posted at 27/7/2020 10:31 by delphiman

the money he lost so fast was $100.

when I've traded for 100,000 shares thats just a one spot move, if your complaining at $100 then perhaps he should not have gone into the share market at all, as you need to trade a serious amount of money to be able to make the buy in and sell out or vise versa along with the spread percentage to equate to been like pennies on your investment.

£10 in and £10 out and the spread on £100 equates to needing at least £25 percent of a rise to break even.

I had to laugh when I saw some one say I turned my £5 into £100, really, she actually managed to invest £5, would the fees be more than that and she reaped a 2000% profit during corona lol has there actually been a company that has had a 20 fold share price increase during corona im not sure even the corona virus antidote manufacturing companies have achieved that multiplication.
Think they are trying to frighten public investors so its left to the big boys to control
Posted at 26/7/2020 13:48 by smurfy2001
Newbie investors: 'I didn't know I'd lose money so fast'
Posted at 17/5/2020 18:44 by dbesim1

I was with Barclays Smart Investor. I closed my investor account with them about a year ago. That’s just because I was tired of paying their monthly admin fees without any certain sign of growth with RBS. I had stocks in RBS before I closed that account.
The reason I had a trading account with Barclays is because you could merge it together with your current account and this made dealing more efficient. If your bank has a platform for investors, maybe you should opt to use their platform so you could have your current account and your investor account on the same page (yes, you can with Barclays, and probably with Santander too).

Another reason I closed my investor account and am no longer a stockbroker is because I didn’t trust Brexit. This might seem irrelevant but a lot of pro-brexiteers didn’t want to acknowledge that Brexit was going to have a mal-effect on the stock market - or perhaps pinning their hopes that it wouldn’t - saying things like remainers were acting like it was “the end of the world” and now ironically in the climate of corona.. somehow.. people are calling it that. I guess “remain” voters had already foreseen it. Not corona, of course, since that’s apparently unrelated. But I’m talking about the plummeting share prices.

If and when I open an portfolio again it will not be with Barclays but (i.e. the share centre). It’s quite a neat platform and attractive to investors who are only willing to invest a small amount because the monthly admin fees are a lot lower at £2 per month if you invest under £750 - hence attractive to small investors. In the current climate I’m not looking to invest anything big or anything at all for that matter. I am looking to invest with the share centre, however, if I was looking to invest again. Hence, I’m no longer a stockbroker but a prospective one now. I no longer have shares with RBS. I don’t trust the current climate. That’s not just about Brexit.
Posted at 01/5/2020 06:37 by chinese investor
Manx Capital Partners inked deals with 10 institutional investors to end its legal fight over costs associated with a £200 million settlement for Royal Bank of Scotland shareholders, staving off an upcoming trial.

Manx Capital reached an out-of-court settlement with the remaining defendants, which include Scottish Widows Ltd and HBOS Investment Fund Managers Ltd, in its fight over who is liable for £24 million in legal and funding costs for bringing a class action accusing the Royal Bank of Scotland of misleading investors over its £12 billion rights issue in 2008, according to two Tomlin orders filed with the...
Posted at 08/4/2020 07:36 by chinese investor
Witnesses for a group of institutional investors trying to avoid paying legal costs associated with a £200 million settlement for Royal Bank of Scotland shareholders will be cross-examined when the case goes to trial in May, a London judge ruled Tuesday.

High Court Judge Anthony Zacaroli said at a pre-trial hearing that lawyers for Manx Capital, part of a group of claimants who sued RBS over its 2008 rights issue, could cross-examine the investors witnesses claims they were misled over the funding and insurance behind the class action lawsuit.

The investors had argued that because the case is being..........
Posted at 20/3/2020 07:17 by chinese investor
Manx Capital Partners has settled with one of the dozen institutional investors it is suing on behalf of thousands of Royal Bank of Scotland shareholders over who is liable for the legal and funding costs of bringing a class action accusing the lender of misleading investors in its 2008 rights issue.

Manx Capital reached an out-of-court settlement with Investec Asset Management Ltd. on March 13, according to a Tomlin order filed with the High Court in London on Monday.

Investec is one of 12 defendants which also include Scottish Widows Ltd. and HBOS Investment Fund Managers Ltd. accused in the lawsuit.....................
Posted at 30/1/2020 16:44 by chinese investor
"A group of institutional investors including units of workplace pension provider Scottish Widows is bolstering their fight against claims they should contribute to costs paid to secure a £200 million settlement for Royal Bank of Scotland PLC shareholders.

The investors were sued in High Court by Manx Capital Partners, a firm that now represents thousands of RBS shareholders who struck a settlement with the bank in 2017 over allegations it misled investors in its £12 billion rights issue.

In an amended defence filed Tuesday, the defendants held firm that they're not liable to pay a share of the costs........."

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