Royal Bank of Scotland is closing in on a £200m settlement with investors over its ill-fated cash call in 2008, which would bring an end to years of fighting.
RBS and lawyers for a shareholder claimant group were nearing an agreement over the £12bn rights issue launched by former boss Fred Goodwin in 2008, Sky News reported. The investors allege that RBS,...
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