M&G Investments has added to its social housing portfolio by providing north west housing provider Regenda Group with a £55m private placement deal.
W&G Investments, the company backed by several industry investment houses, has been listed as it looks to bid for 315 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) branches.
Taha Lokhandwala asks whether pension funds should increase holdings in banks as some show signs of recovery
Shareholders in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) who are suing the bank over a £12bn rights issue made months before its near-collapse will have their first day in court tomorrow.
The value of expressions of interest in the new 55-year gilt launched by the Debt Management Office (DMO) reached £12.8bn within the first hour of trading.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) head of pensions and benefits Ray Martin is set to leave his post in order to join Switzerland-based Tetra Laval.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to increase its employees' default contribution level to 10%, a year after the bank commenced auto-enrolment.
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Royal Bank of Scotland and four of its former directors are being sued in a class action claim that could be worth £4bn.
UK funds have launched a legal claim against Royal Bank of Scotland over "misstatements and omissions" relating to a £12bn rights issue in 2008.
February's continued boost in equities has seen FTSE350 scheme deficits decrease according to Mercer despite continued negative deficit reports coming from 2012 final year results.
The Royal Bank of Scotland's defined benefit deficit has risen to £3.9bn over 2012 in a year which saw it fall as low as £1.7bn, its final results show.
National Employment and Savings Trust Corporation has revealed it saw a 40% opt-out rate following its auto-enrolment staging date.
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New rules changing the amount of capital banks must hold to transact derivatives are likely to affect pension funds in Europe. The good news is the effect is likely to be limited if funds work with their bank counterparties to optimise their positions...
Seven leading global banks, including Barclays, RBS and HSBC, have been issued with subpoenas by the state of New York over the alleged rigging of LIBOR.
Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Stephen Hester has emerged as the frontrunner to fill the vacant chief executive position at Barclays.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has become the first UK company to auto-enrol its workforce under the government's requirements, with 40% of newly enrolled members choosing to opt out.
Interview: Hannah Brenton talks to RBS’ Ray Martin
Pensions minister Steve Webb says it is a "proud moment" as early stagers begin to auto-enrol their workforces in the first foray into auto-enrolment.
Hannah Brenton on the advent of auto-enrolment
Royal Bank of Scotland has told staff members they will have to work longer and contribute 5% of salary to their defined benefit scheme.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed a £3.5bn shortfall in its pension scheme after recording actuarial losses of £581m this year.