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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc LSE:RBS London Ordinary Share GB00B7T77214 ORD 100P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 120.90 121.35 121.40 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 14,253.0 423.2 26.0 4.7 14,659

Royal Bank Of Scotland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/9/2020
11:05
It's on the Companies House website. Just google:- RBOS ACTION BETA
chinese investor
27/9/2020
11:01
Thanks CI. Have you got a link to the accounts please.
m1k3y1
08/8/2020
11:43
So what has happened to this money ? We could do with an update from Signature.
m1k3y1
08/8/2020
11:27
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.”"
chinese investor
08/8/2020
11:18
I still don't agree that they should receive anything. I was never given any kind of agreement that gave the AGC or Walsh authority to enter into 'loan' agreements on behalf of claimants. Indeed, I was never provided with any kind of membership Agreement at all despite continually asking for it.
m1k3y1
08/8/2020
09:36
We have now received 50p - the full settlement was 82p. I can't see us getting much more - possibly 10p at most. Signature have gone very quiet on the possibility of the small claimants getting a partial return on their "contributions" which is a shame. It appears Victoria Coppin has died and been replaced by Charlotte Coppin.
chinese investor
06/8/2020
08:46
Everybody is aware of the "£200 Million Pot". When it emerged that there were many phantom shareholders the "£200 Million Pot" shrunk... ...but the legal costs would still have to be paid by the shrinking number of genuine shareholders. It is good therefore that Signature are seeking other shareholders and that RBS are going along with it. I don't mind waiting until 2021 for my final payment. Chinese Investor (RBS) 21 Mar 2019 - 10:02:06 One factor which is emerging is new claimants. If they are successful then I'm sure they wouldn't mind chipping in with some of the overall costs. They could replace the phantom claimants. RBS would object but the court might allow their claim.
chinese investor
05/8/2020
20:30
I got the update as well, seems Signature want to hear from us whether we wish them to continue to pursue Bird & Bird re Vannin. I've replied to them that I think they should do so if they think there is a reasonable chance of success, and that I'm happy to leave the final decision to Manx.
barmiddleton
05/8/2020
20:21
Thanks CI. Got it
m1k3y1
05/8/2020
20:02
Update from Signature.
chinese investor
31/7/2020
12:51
I have created a NWG Charts BB http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=46658251
leedskier
31/7/2020
12:09
THE buffoon - Wilf's dad. Few more minutes possibly as he learns the lies.
polar fox
31/7/2020
12:06
Which buffoon? There's a lot to choose from.
maxk
31/7/2020
12:01
The buffoon is due to hold a news conference, according to 231, who will cover it.
polar fox
31/7/2020
11:51
leeds. Isnt it possible to get into the header and copy and paste the lot onto a new thread with the NWG sign? AFN have already changed the tickers on the charts. Perhaps you have already tried that, in which case I'll shut up. ad: I have just looked at an old thread of mine with lots of rubbish in the header, and it would appear you can copy the lot. Worth a try?
maxk
31/7/2020
11:47
And the RNSs, what's the position there?
polar fox
31/7/2020
11:41
Rose was just interviewed live on 231 for a few minutes. No hard questions - it mostly boiled down to her talking almost entirely about the fantastic support the group has been and is offering to business and all other customers. She must have said the word 'support' scores of times! As I've posted before, it's just a shame that no solid, experienced, respected banker was/is willing to head the group. So she gets it by default. Not good enough.
polar fox
31/7/2020
11:40
pf as I recall you wanted the charts on the same bookmark. It is not possible on ADVFN to change the text above the charts or the epic. I am more than happy to close this BB down, but if I do I will remove all the charts.
leedskier
31/7/2020
10:58
He can say this again! BBC: Donald Brown, senior investment manager at Brewin Dolphin, said: "Banks are expected to bear a lot of the economic fallout from Covid-19 and their share prices are down significantly this year - in NatWest's case, more than 50%. "It is likely to be a treacherous road ahead for NatWest and many of its peers. With the UK banking season nearly complete, NatWest's statement adds to the downbeat tone heard this week." unquote
polar fox
31/7/2020
10:16
Have you been hiding behind the sofa, leeds? The RNSs have long gone from this thread. Are you making any effort to reflect the change of name properly? If it doesn't happen soon, it will make sense to me to switch and leave this thread solely for monitoring its charts.
polar fox
31/7/2020
08:59
Guardian NatWest Group – also the owner of Royal Bank of Scotland – has told 49,000 of its 65,000 staff to keep working from home until 2021. Its CEO, Alison Rose, said the bank would by that time consider bringing people back in a “gradual and cautious way”. Around 10,000 staff have kept 95% of its branches open during lockdown. Another 400 staff in highly regulated roles were asked to return to offices in June. Rose said some staff benefited from the flexibility of home working, but said the bank would likely end up with a “hybrid model of still needing offices and space to bring people together to make sure our culture stays strong”.
leedskier
31/7/2020
07:10
Everywhere you look, the numbers are horrid. Shocking. On balance, they are worse even than LLOY's yesterday. Are the girls in charge up to it? No respite for falling SPs for the sector is how I see it.
polar fox
30/7/2020
16:31
Brexit and 2nd wave versus vaccine. Who when and where will play this out in the next 8 weeks.
clond
30/7/2020
14:14
80p coming soon
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