Royal Bank of Scotland's new chief executive, Ross McEwan, has denied claims the bank 'systematically' ran small businesses into the ground, and said the allegations have damaged RBS' reputation.
McEwan (pictured) said yesterday he had seen no evidence the bank had sought to make money from customers by pushing them into its Global Restructuring Group (GRG) division, which specialises in handling...
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