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RBS board survives revolt over pay

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The board of Royal Bank of Scotland survived a potential shareholder revolt over executive pay packages yesterday, but warned of continued difficult times ahead as the loss-making bank continues to look to slash costs.

Ex-UBS trader to help authorities in currency probe

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A currency trader from the Cartel chatroom -- the instant-messaging group the U.S. government named in wringing guilty pleas from five global banks - has been helping prosecutors who are trying to build foreign-exchange manipulation cases against individuals, according to two people familiar with the matter.

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Latest League Table - Who Will Play The Legends ?

Recruiters Badenoch & Clark are sponsoring a Play Dream Teams 5-a-side 'world cup' football launch event in Canary Wharf on Wednesday 15th March. The launch itself is a prelude to a series of special Play Dream Teams 'world cup' five-a-side events, which will be held at the David Beckham Academy, Greenwich, in the week leading up to the World Cup proper. On Friday, 9th June, the Here In The City News Financial Markets 'world cup' will be held, and firms from the City are invited to put in a team (or teams), who will play in a five-a-side knock-out tournament against 8 sides of soccer legends, and teams from rival firms.

RBS Strengthens Asia Pacific Equities Business With Key Hires

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) plc has announced several appointments across its Asia Pacific(APAC) Equities business, a sign of its continued commitment to the growth of the Equities business in the region, including Randolf Clinton as Co-Head of Markets and Head of Equities, Australia.

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RBS board survives revolt over pay

The board of Royal Bank of Scotland survived a potential shareholder revolt over executive pay packages yesterday, but warned of continued difficult times ahead as the loss-making bank continues to look to slash costs.