Reasons offered for RBS Coutts exodus

Compensation issues, new employment contracts, lack of faith in management and a cultural shift have been given as reasons why over 70 people quit from RBS Coutts. But the firm has countered this by outlining big hiring plans and says the departures have had no impact on clients.

  • 13 Oct 2009
Compensation issues, new employment contracts, lack of faith in the UK management and a cultural shift have been put forward as reasons why more than 70 people recently quit RBS Coutts in Singapore. But the international private banking arm of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has hit ...

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