Shares in Britain’s biggest banks fell heavily on Wednesday morning after they became the latest to scrap billions of pounds in dividends, as businesses scramble to save money by stopping payments to shareholders amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Britain’s biggest banks have become the latest to scrap billions of pounds in dividends, as businesses scramble to save money by stopping payments to shareholders amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Banking giant Royal Bank of Scotland has vowed to support its customers through the coronavirus pandemic.
Mobile banks that usually appear weekly across north-east towns and villages are to be temporarily scrapped as part of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland mortgage customers affected by coronavirus could defer their loan repayments for up to three months if they are in financial difficulty.
More than £13 million has been saved from being fraudulently withdrawn from bank accounts by criminals, according to a new report.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to stop financing oil majors such as Shell and BP, unless they can satisfy the bank that their businesses are in line with the Paris climate agreement.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to undergo a rebrand in the first major decision by new chief executive Alison Rose, changing its name to NatWest Group plc.
Barclays is first among the banks to present its annual results next week, as lenders hope to firmly put PPI behind them.
Concerns have been raised about the impact the closure of an ATM will have on businesses at a north-east shopping centre.
A banking company has been slammed for closing its ATM in Westhill, which is due to be withdrawn today.
A popular bakery chain has plans to open a new store in Aberdeen.
A planning statement submitted online by the firm said one of the spaces could be used by a pizza chain and another could be turned into a sandwich bar such as popular eatery Greggs.
Residents have raised concerns over plans to convert a former Aberdeen bank into two food outlets.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has attempted to draw a line under a five-year scandal that saw officials accused of failing to take action against poor practices at Royal Bank of Scotland’s controversial restructuring division.
Biometric cards which enable people to verify payments using their fingerprint rather than needing to enter a Pin are now being used by some NatWest customers.
Plans to turn a disused bank into four new flats have been lodged with the local authority.
A new programme designed to drive the growth of small businesses is set to arrive in the north-east.
An MSP has paid tribute a former councillor who has passed away.
Every week Royal Bank of Scotland flying banker, Anne Rendall, embarks on a whistle-stop tour of Scotland’s islands, bringing vital services to the country’s most remote communities.
Proposals that will see a former bank turned into a restaurant and takeaway in a north-east town could be approved next week.
A panel discussion and Q&A is to take place in the north-east with a top writer, broadcaster and podcast host.
An MSP has slammed the Royal Bank of Scotland for paying out dividends despite closing branches in the north-east.
An application has been submitted to transform a former north-east bank into two units.
A major bank will occupy space in the £107 million Marischal Square development.
A bank is seeking runners from the north-east to take part in a 10 weeks to 10k challenge.
The NHS and Royal Bank of Scotland are both eyeing a move into Marischal Square, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A former bank could be turned into a restaurant and takeaway in a North-east town.
A business leader has hit out at Royal Bank of Scotland’s plans to offer a North-east town banking facilities for just 45 minutes a week.
A planning application has been lodged to remove a bank’s fixtures and ensure its historical structure will remain intact.