Who are we? The Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (also known as RBS Group) is a private, but partly state-owned, British banking and insurance holding company, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. The group operates a wide variety of banking brands offering personal and business banking, private banking, insurance and corporate finance through its offices located in Europe, North America and Asia.
Full company name: Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc
Headquarters: Edinburgh, Scotland,
Expiry formula: (Bid + Ask) / 2
Trading hours: Mon – Fri, 09:30 – 16:00 (EST)
The Royal Bank of Scotland is an important institution in the British Economy. Founded in 1727, it has a long history of providing banking and insurance services to both British consumers and businesses and overseas. RBS offers its services in Asia, Europe and North America, and their main office is in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Company provides a range of products and services to personal, commercial, corporate and institutional customers, through its subsidiaries, The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc and National Westminster Bank Plc (NatWest), as well as through other brands, including Ulster Bank and Coutts. The Company’s segments include Personal & Business Banking (PBB), Commercial & Private Banking (CPB), RBS International (RBSI), NatWest Markets (NWM), and Central items & other. The Company’s products and services include banking and risk management, such as payments, insurance and liquidity management; personal lending, including personal loans and credit cards; deposits, such as current accounts and savings accounts; investments, such as portfolio management and unitized funds; commercial lending, including business lending, and capital markets, including rates, currencies and financing.
How To Trade This Stock?
Trading in RBS shares takes place on the London Stock Exchange and on the New York Stock Exchange. The financial sector remains uncertain, as companies have to recover from the global crisis in an environment of increased competition. The volume of trading in RBS shares remains high, allowing traders to play on price fluctuations and make profits on a daily basis. Like the shares of many other companies that have fallen in price, RBS shares are in some kind of uncertainty and their fortunes can be characterized as «nervous optimism».