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Royal Bank Of Scotland: Preferreds Are Attractive
I continue to recommend the "will pay" preference shares of Royal Bank of Scotland. Of these, the series N and series Q have the most potential upside.
RBS launches aggressive mortgage drive
Royal Bank of Scotland has sought to differentiate itself from its biggest UK high-street rivals by setting out an aggressive approach to mortgage lending this year.
Recovering RBS takes step towards dividends  Citywire.co.uk
Royal Bank of Scotland in �1.4bn bump on road to recovery  This is Money
Spanish banks have credit ratings cut by Moody's
"Markets are worried about eurozone bank deposit runs and an escalating banking crisis," said VTB Capital economist Neil MacKinnon.
Stock to Watch: Telecom Plus
I may be typical of this being a customer of BT Group (), British Gas and EDF Energy - all of which have periodically been given a dressing down by their regulators and/or the press for service standards and/or pricing.
RBS Said to Lose Three in U.S. Credit Trading as Broker Shrinks
May 15 (Bloomberg) -- Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, the U.K.'s biggest government-controlled bank, lost its U.S. credit-trading head and two junk-bond salesmen as its debt-brokerage team in the region shrinks.
Cattles shareholder group wins �22m
Claims from Cattles' other creditors - including its main lender, Royal Bank of Scotland, other banks and bondholders - have largely been resolved.
Clinton Cards goes into administration
Its biggest supplier, American Greetings, acquired �35m of its debt from lenders Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland. Zolfo Cooper, the restructuring group appointed as administrator, is expected to seek a sale of the business, which has about 750 ...
Rangers crisis: David Grier claims Whyte withheld takeover information
A partner at Rangers' administrators at the centre of "conflict of interest" accusations has claimed Ibrox owner Craig Whyte withheld information from him.
Preference shares boast yields of 7-10%
Parent bank Royal Bank of Scotland may have been in trouble during the financial crisis, but this preference issue, despite being non-cumulative, is one of the ”must- pay” issues which give holders the strongest security.
Housing associations seek own capital
Housing associations have total outstanding debts of about �60bn, of which �50bn are in bank loans, mostly from five big lenders: Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide and Santander UK. Many associations have avoided the ...