RBS, Lloyds, HBOS head recapitalisation queue

Up to four of Britain’s biggest banks are likely to tap the UK government’s £50bn recapitalisation scheme over the next few days, in an effort to rebuild their tier one capital ratios up to newly required levels.

  • 10 Oct 2008

Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB, HBOS and possibly Barclays are considered the most likely institutions to seek funds quickly from the government, which on Wednesday unveiled a daring, three-pronged £400bn bank rescue plan.

Eight banks were named in the announcement as participating in the scheme — which would ...

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