All news stories featuring 'RBS'
The Royal Bank of Scotland is one of the oldest names in UK banking. Here's the latest RBS news from Money Saving Expert.
RBS and NatWest fined £14.5m after the Financial Conduct Authority found 'serious failings' in mortgage advice given
First Direct has secured the top spot once more with more than 90% of its customers rating it 'great'
More banks set to adopt a 'retry' scheme from September where they attempt to process bounced payments again
Older News Stories1 August 2014
Halifax was the big winner from the first three full months of the seven-day current account switching regime31 July 2014
Lloyds Banking Group has set aside an extra £600 million to cover payment protection insurance mis-selling claims18 July 2014
NatWest and Halifax are the latest firms we've found to have sent misleading payment demands to customers in debt18 July 2014
The personal current account market could face a full-scale probe by the Competition and Markets Authority4 July 2014
HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and RBS are the latest firms caught using dubious 'legal' tactics to get people to pay debts12 June 2014
Basic bank account customers of Lloyds Bank, RBS/NatWest and TSB will soon be able to withdraw cash from any ATM29 April 2014
Millions of smartphone users can now pay for goods and services simply by using the recipient's mobile phone number25 April 2014
Potential home buyers who want a mortgage will have to have their finances scrutinised more closely from tomorrow24 April 2014
If you accidentally send a payment to the wrong bank account, you'll get more help recovering the money from next month1 April 2014
If Barclays, Lloyds or RBS/NatWest have offered you PPI redress on a loan since 2012, you may be owed £100s more31 March 2014
Major banks and building societies will be investigated by the FCA, following a number of high profile IT failures17 March 2014
NatWest and RBS have launched a new deal which charges 6.9% representative APR on transferred balances and spending