Shareholders in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) who are suing the bank over a £12bn rights issue made months before its near-collapse will have their first day in court tomorrow.
The Times reports a High Court judge will hold the first ‘administrative hearing' of two separate lawsuits on Tuesday. The cases could result in RBS paying out billions of pounds in compensation. The...
17 providers already involved
Current consultation ends on 13 February
Life and general insurance arms combined
Why most regulation is 'common sense' and expansion plans
What would that mean for advisers?