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RBS Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc

120.90
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 0.00% 120.90 121.35 121.40 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

Royal Bank Of Scotland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2024
08:06
Thank Goodness I Did !
chinese investor
07/5/2024
14:00
Finger on the SELL button !
chinese investor
30/4/2024
15:37
Selling Soon !
chinese investor
07/4/2022
12:33
I have now received the final cheque.
10.47p !

chinese investor
06/4/2022
18:42
Agreed Barmiddleton.
Received mine also.
Thank you to all those involved in this loooooong saga.

m1k3y1
06/4/2022
18:26
Thank you barmiddleton !
I still wait !

chinese investor
06/4/2022
18:22
Well, I received a cheque today which is the final payment in settlement of our claim. Given all the uncertainty regarding this long drawn out saga I'm pretty happy with the final outcome bearing in mind also the obstacles thrown up by the Action Group company. Only real disappointment is no word on legal action having been taken against Walsh!

Must give special thanks to Trevor Lawrence who was instrumental in taking on Walsh and his cronies and winning and of course to Signature Litigation who always played a straight bat!

barmiddleton
05/4/2022
15:20
I haven't received an update either, strange!!! I think you said you received one m1k, did it contain anything important?
barmiddleton
05/4/2022
10:32
I still haven't heard or received anything.
According to their website we should receive the cheque mid April.

chinese investor
28/3/2022
09:25
Taxpayer gives up majority stake in NatWest 14 years after huge bailout

Government sells £1.2bn worth of shares to take its stake below 50pc

By
Telegraph Reporters
28 March 2022 • 8:22am





Nearly a decade and a half since stepping in to save the Royal Bank of Scotland Group during the financial crisis, the Government has ceded control for the first time after selling off a big chunk of shares.

The Treasury said it has sold £1.2 billion worth of shares in NatWest Group - as RBS rebranded in 2020 - taking its stake to less than 50%.

John Glen, Economic secretary to the Treasury, said: "This sale means that the Government is no longer the majority owner of NatWest Group and is therefore an important landmark in our plan to return the bank to the private sector.

"We will continue to prioritise delivering value for money for the taxpayer as we take forward this plan."

In 2008 the Government started to build a stake in the group following the financial crash which had left it teetering on the brink of collapse.

The initial investment, which saw the Government owning 57% of the bank, was extended a couple of times before peaking at 84% in 2009.

The Treasury has been selling off its stake since 2015, and the latest sale takes its ownership from 50.6% to 48.1%.

NatWest said the latest deal saw it buying 550 million shares at around £2.21 each.

The process of selling off NatWest shares is likely to continue for some time to come, and has already taken considerably longer than the sell-off of Lloyds.

The Government's stake in Lloyds Bank, which hit more than 43% following the financial crash, was finally totally unwound in 2017. NatWest is far off this level.

The Government was handed its shares in the banks in 2008 after announcing a £37 billion injection of capital into the sector.

Then prime minister Gordon Brown was clear at the time that it was not an attempt to nationalise the banks, but that they would be sold back "at the right time".

maxk
14/3/2022
12:28
I still haven't received the letter !
chinese investor
11/3/2022
19:57
You're welcome. Still looking like end March by the way.
m1k3y1
11/3/2022
19:42
Thank you !
chinese investor
11/3/2022
19:41
Well the figure is individual but positive I think . It will all be explained in the letter CI.
m1k3y1
11/3/2022
19:32
Which is ??
chinese investor
11/3/2022
19:31
Not yet CI but an indicative Final figure.
m1k3y1
11/3/2022
19:17
m1k3y1,
I'll probably get mine tomorrow !
Was there a cheque with it ?

chinese investor
11/3/2022
19:05
CI .....Just received latest communication from Signature
m1k3y1
15/2/2022
22:21
- General share chat Telegram/ day trading ideas

All welcome

shooter mcgavin
07/12/2021
14:21
Thanks CI ........Let's hope that indicates a final payment will soon be paid.
m1k3y1
07/12/2021
14:11
Shareholder Group is currently being wound up !
chinese investor
25/10/2021
22:26
Thanks M1, a very interesting article.
barmiddleton
12/10/2021
09:44
Amen to that.
barmiddleton
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