Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
The financial sector provides the basis for several products in the latest US issuance, reflecting a general trend in the structured products market.
When it comes to putting together banking solutions for the pensions and insurance industries it pays to be big, and to be connected to all the different groups with vested interests in life and pensions...
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is one of the biggest interest rate derivatives flow traders in the business, and that is just one reason why it is a favoured destination for life and pensions groups...
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