Royal Bank of Scotland announces annual loss of £1.13bn
The Royal Bank of Scotland, which is largely owned by the taxpayer, is still in the red after announcing it made losses of more than £1.1bn last year.
It is however an improvement on the previous year when it lost three times that amount.
Its chief executive, Stephen Hester, says the bank has turned a corner and was right to pay bonuses this month.
Robert Peston reports.
24 Feb 2011
- From the section Business