Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is preparing shareholders for the government to sell down its 79% stake in the lender by asking them to vote on costs related to a sale at its annual general meeting.
Philip Hampton, the chairman, has written to investors asking them to support the ‘‘related party transaction'', which will mean RBS pays the cost of publishing any documents needed for the share sale....
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