Royal Bank of Scotland

Royal Bank of Scotland is the most well spread network of retail banking subsidiaries owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland Group. The operational units of RBS work in association with NatWest. RBS along with NatWest serves as the main banking service provider in the United Kingdom. The central office of the Royal Bank of Scotland is located in the Edinburgh city of Scotland. Most of the 700 branch offices of RBS are placed in and around Scotland. Some other branches of Royal Bank of Scotland are operational in major cities of England and Wales.

RBS Services
RBS is well known for its extensive network and customer friendly service. Whatever be your financial requirement, you will surely get a solution in RBS. The value-added services of RBS are designed to take care of your trade related needs. RBS TradeFlow comes with different types of facilities like arrangements for travel related payments, on-line accounting, shipping schedules and many more.

RBS is one of those banks in Scotland that prints notes by its name for common use. The photo of Lord Ilay, the first governor of RBS, adorns the front side of the banknotes. At the backside of RBS notes, you will get printed version of Scottish castles.

The commemorative notes of the Royal Bank of Scotland can be acquired for personal collection. On the 100 th birthday ceremony of Queen Elizabeth, RBS issued the Queen Mother note. RBS 5 pound note was designed to immortalize the renowned golfer Jack Nicklaus. With its comprehensive service and countrywide network RBS has emerged as the most reliable of all the banking service providers in Scotland. A simpler mortgage, a closer business relationship or a broader global reach. Discover The Royal Bank of Scotland approach to service for personal, business and corporate banking customers. The Royal Bank of Scotland was incorporated in 1727.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is one of the oldest banks in the U.K. and it is one of the largest financial services providers in the world. In terms of market capitalization, it became the second largest bank in Europe and the fifth largest bank worldwide by the end of the year 2002.

The branches of Royal Bank of Scotland are present in Europe, the U.S.A., and Asia. Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc is the parent company of the Royal Bank of Scotland plc. Royal Bank of Scotland is a Fortune 500 Company.

Activities
The products of Royal Bank of Scotland can be categorized into four major parts:
Personal Finances: Online banking, Current Account, Mortgages, Credit Cards, Offset Service, Insurance & Protection, Investment & Savings, Loans, Travel & International Services, Students & youth, Financial Health check.
Private Banking: Preferential Benefits, Expert Services, and Royalties Private.
Business Banking: Current Accounts, Borrowing, Deposit Accounts, Online Banking, Cards and Card Services, Insurance and Business Protection. There are products and facilities for specialized sectors such as Franchising, Agriculture, Healthcare, Opening a Business, and Community Development Banking.
Corporate Banking: Financing, Payments and Cash management, Internet Banking and eServices, Global Banking & Markets, Investing, International Services, Risk management & business services.

The Royal Bank of Scotland plc is made up of six divisions which include more than 40 brands:
Retail Markets
Corporate markets
RBS Insurance
Ulster Bank Group
Citizens Financial Group
Manufacturing
Organization
Representative:
Stephen Hester, Group CEO

No of Employees: 141,000
Address:
42 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2 2YE
Tel: 44-131-556-8555
www.rbs.com

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Last Updated on : 22th July 2013