Fitch Ratings has said any potential break-up of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is 'unlikely' as the costs and risks would outweigh the benefits.
The ratings agency said it expects the state-backed lender to remain in its current form under the leadership of the new CEO. “A bad bank split is unlikely as we believe the costs, obstacles and uncertainties...
Pair also on board of several other trusts
As the yen continues to strengthen, Invesco Perpetual's head of Japanese equities Paul Chesson asks if it is nearing the endgame for Japan or if the central bank could make yet another move to strengthen the country’s stalled economy.
Aims to deliver an 'index-like experience'
Cental banks' credibility could be called into question
Three investment managers appointed