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Slowing pains

5 August 2016 By Dominic Elliott

Since CEO Ross McEwan took over in 2013, the state-owned UK bank has been slowly sorting its issues. But Brexit, low rates and ongoing high conduct charges are big problems. Throw in new losses from the tortuous Williams & Glyn disposal, and RBS looks hobbled for years to come.

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