Category: GRG


Shredded Inside RBS The Bank That Broke Britain: ‘The pimp, the ghetto of fraud and the whorehouse of debt’

 By Ian Fraser CLICK HERE TO BUY SHREDDED from AMAZON or BIRLINN or WATERSTONES or THE GUARDIAN BOOK SHOP It has been nearly two years in the making, but Shredded: Inside RBS The Bank That Broke Britain was published by Birlinn on 05/06/2014. It’s…

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HBOS / RBS / GRG / Whistleblower

KEISER REPORT – In the second half, Max interviews HBOS whistleblower Paul R. Moore about the book he is writing, ‘Crash Bank Wallop’, and about the latest in the case against HBOS, the bank which required tens of billions of…

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Ulster Bank: We never preyed on struggling businesses

Lender rejects TV claims it liquidised viable firms BY MARGARET CANNING – 15 MAY 2014 Ulster Bank has said it “strongly refutes” allegations in a BBC Spotlight programme that it put viable companies into a restructuring division to make profit….

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Ulster Bank (parent RBS) forcing businesses into insolvency

BBC Spotlight – Hard-hitting investigations on the major stories affecting life in Northern Ireland. Jennifer O’Leary investigates claims that The Ulster Bank (parent RBS) forced businesses into insolvency. GRG insider: businesses we destroyed “were casualties of war in our bid to make…

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Second bailout warning in RBS damages case

Helen McArdle News Reporter Wednesday 2 April 2014 A SCOTS businessman spearheading a potential multi-billion pound damages case against RBS has warned the scale of the scandal could tip the bank into a second bailout. Read more

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The “financial terrorism” of Royal Bank of Scotland

November 27th, 2013 (updated November 28th, 2013) (minor edits December 1st, 2013) Another of the banking scandals I’ve been covering for more than three years is gaining a wider audience, following the publication of the Tomlinson Report on Monday and…

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Net closes on Royal Bank of Scotland’s property shenanigans

October 1st, 2012 Today, Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Stephen Hester used a speech at the London School of Economics to call for a new “compact” between banks and society. With his industry engulfed in scandal and widely despised…

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