RBS job cuts draw attention to staff numbers

As 14,000 roles go big surprise was so many investment bankers still worked there

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Wanted: investors to electrify UK economy

Britain should not wash its hands of investment banking as it did with coal, writes Giles Wilkes

Hard-up speculator fights to keep mansion

Bank seeks repossession of Irish home where Bono is a neighbour

Ross McEwan, CEO of RBS. Photographed at their Bishopsgate headquarters, London.

RBS finance chief’s £3m pay tops McEwan’s

Ewen Stevenson got £1.9m ‘golden hello’ on joining from Credit Suisse

Focus shifts to investors who vote on pay

Fund managers on track to earn more than investment bankers

Executives face spring offensive on pay

Protests expected at company meetings before UK general election

Fed tests point to $500bn risk for banks

All 31 institutions taking part in first stage clear minimum capital hurdle

Osborne seeks early RBS sale after poll

UK chancellor regrets not revamping state-controlled bank

An RBS logo sits on a sign above the entrance to Royal Bank of Scotland branch

Miliband’s potential post-poll RBS poser

Polls suggest the task of selling off the bank could fall to Labour

Mikhail Fridman: The Alpha oligarch

The Russian billionaire, who has earned a reputation as a fierce corporate fighter, is taking on the UK government

BoE haunted by crisis decisions

Moves to rescue UK banks come under scrutiny

Centerview builds record on pharma deals

Investment bank builds on consumer products role

ECB set to fire starting gun on QE

Central bank revises growth forecasts upwards

Virtu hopes time can heal HFT furore

New York trading powerhouse looks again at flotation

BAML departure fuels talk of SGX switch

BofA banker speculated to replace outgoing Singapore exchange head

ECB prepares to give details of QE scheme

Euro falls to 11-year low ahead of announcement

Mortgages help Virgin Money double profit

Challenger bank expects to join FTSE 250 this month

Cash denied to charities in conflict zones

Counter-terrorism legislation causes banks to block funding, report says

Portuguese banks: are you asking?

Fun at the disco as the country’s lenders size each other up

Regulator holds HSBC’s ‘feet to the fire’

Scandal-hit bank pressed to simplify group and improve controls

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