Awards 2012: Best bank, credit risk: Royal Bank of Scotland

Two themes dominate the credit markets: the implications for insurers’ credit investments of Solvency II and the need to increase yield on credit investments in a capital-efficient structure. RBS works with companies on both sides of the investment, advising them on issuing debt as well as investing in a variety of credit assets.

“We are speaking to insurers on the implications of Solvency II and the ways to structure credit investments,” says Ross Evans, London-based director in RBS’s insurance

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