No reprieve for ‘at risk’ local RBS banks



Royal Bank of Scotland’s revised closure plans have been described as “nowhere near good enough” by Borders MP John Lamont.
Following pressure from local communities and politicians RBS has agreed that where RBS is the last bank in town, the branch will remain open for another year and may stay open if transactions increase. The bank is also proposing that ATMs will be retained or relocated if there are no other free-to-use ATMs within 1km of the closing branch.
Scottish Affairs Committee vice chair John Lamont believes it is time for RBS chief executive Ross McEwan to be called before them... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Regional North East, Views: 53
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