Shredded: The Rise and Fall of the Royal Bank of Scotland

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At its zenith, the Royal Bank of Scotland was the world's biggest bank. It had assets of $3 trillion, employed over 200,000 people, had branches on every high street and was admired and trusted by millions of borrowers and investors. Now the mere mention of its name causes anger and resentment, and its former CEO, Fred Goodwin, is reviled as one of the architects of the worst financial crisis since 1929. In Shredded, Ian Fraser lifts the lid on the catastrophic mistakes that led the bank to the brink of collapse, ...

Shredded: The Rise and Fall of the Royal Bank of Scotland 2013, Birlinn Ltd, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9781780271385

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