The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has agreed a deal to scrap its Dividend Access Shares, bringing the resumption of dividend payments by the bank much closer.
The bank - 81% owned by the UK government - on Wednesday agreed a deal with the Treasury to "retire" the special shares, according to reports. A stumbling block had been the European Commission, which...
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