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RBS warns of no-deal Brexit loss of customers

RBS warns of no-deal Brexit loss of customers

Ross McEwan said 150 senior staff had been moved to the bank's new operation in Amsterdam
The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland has warned that the bank may have to shed a number of business customers if there is no Brexit deal.Ross McEwan said 150 RBS staff had been deployed to Amsterdam to set up a new operation serving the bank's European customers ahead of a no-deal scenario.He said the bank was "preparing for the worst" and was still awaiting final approval on licences for the operation. The UK is on course to leave the EU in March next year.
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Prime Minister Theresa May has said she is confident of striking a deal with the European Union over a future trade relationship.
However, the UK government has also been preparing for a no-deal scenario amid growing concern about the potential disruption to financial markets if no deal is reached.In an interview with BBC Scotland, Mr McEwan said: "We are planning, unfortunately, for the worst. Banking
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