The Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed a £3.5bn shortfall in its pension scheme after recording actuarial losses of £581m this year.
The majority public owned bank disclosed the deficit in as at 31 March 2010 its final results for the year, published today. It also confirmed the recovery plan outlined in an interim statement last...
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