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January 6, 2013
16:55 EDTRBS, APOApollo, JC Flowers agree on executive to run RBS branches, Telegraph says
JC Flowers and Apollo (APO) are said to have agreed that David Morgan, the head of JC Flowers’ European and Asian operations, will run the 316 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches if their bid is successful, the Telegraph says. Reference Link
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July 6, 2015
09:01 EDTAPOOM Group announces expiration of 'go shop' period
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08:58 EDTRBSU.K. plans to sell half of RBS stake in two years, Reuters reports
The U.K. government plans to sell half of its stake in the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), worth $25B, within the next two years of a possible first sale in September, Reuters reports, citing people with knowledge of government thinking. Reference Link
July 2, 2015
18:02 EDTRBSRBS to potentially face $13B judgment in subprime mortgage case, FT says
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12:22 EDTRBSBrazil investigates banks for exchange rate manipulation
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08:14 EDTRBSRBS announces BNP Paribas as referral bank for GTS customers
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June 30, 2015
06:18 EDTAPOSumitomo Mitsui close to deal to buy GE's European PE finance unit, WSJ reports
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June 25, 2015
14:27 EDTAPOCapital One, Apollo, Ares, Ventas bid for GE healthcare lender, Bloomberg says
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June 23, 2015
10:19 EDTAPOReno shoe chain hires bankers to explore sale, Reuters reports
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June 22, 2015
06:45 EDTRBSRBS may ask for more time to spin off Williams & Glyn, U.K. Times reports
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06:10 EDTRBSRBS Chairman says UK banks fear block on cross-selling, Financial Times says
RBS Chairman Sir Philip Hampton has warned that British Banks fear being blocked from cross-selling products to their clients, reports the Financial Times. Hampton said UK banks had no choice but to accept the ringfencing low that forces them to hive off retail and small business operations into a separate subsidiary at arms length from other activities. Reference Link

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