RBS bosses accused of misleading Parliament



Royal Bank of Scotland executives have been accused of misleading Parliament over the lender’s mistreatment of small businesses at the hands of its controversial restructuring unit.
Labour’s Clive Lewis, who has seen an unredacted copy of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) investigation into RBS, said it states the bank’s behaviour was “systemic and widespread”.
The shadow Treasury minister now believes that RBS executives, including chief executive Ross McEwan and chairman Sir Howard Davies, “misled the Treasury Select Committee in their evidence and had a stated policy of misleading... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Politics, Views: 59
Source: Scotsman
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