Can you believe the absolute brass neck of these egregious bankers? going to resign as they can't represent the whole of the shareholders to their benefit. Well they blooming well should have resigned when they were representing the whole of the shareholders when the share price was 20p. Was that to their benefit? Call their bluff Mr Darling, on behalf of the majority shareholders, us! How can they say this top talent needs rewarding, this is the top talent that brought the bank to it's nadir. Take the one point something Billion quid and give it to the retail side of the bank and to the RBS people made redundant, if Charles Dickens were alive today I feel a novel would result given the iniquity of the behaviour of the board of the RBS. I bet this all ends in a political fudge, well that might just be the last straw for many Labour voters.

3 Responses to “RBS Bankers”

  1. December 9, 2009 at 8:41 pm

    I say let em walk. Goodbye and good riddance to em!

  2. Ian December 10, 2009 at 6:18 pm

    You could describe the ending as a political fudge.The tax accountant’s comments on wake up to money on radio 5 live were enlightening, he said that within five minutes he and his colleagues found several avoidance measures. Avoidance is legal, evasion is illegal. more holes than a grater he said. Well done Mr Darling, the public think the tax is 50% when it will be avoided to become 40%. If they merit rewards give them shares in a struggling construction company.

  3. ThePath December 11, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    I concur, let them walk.

    We bail them out and the bloodsuckers want ever more. Instead of being forced to bail these guys out the taxpayer should buy and run their own bank that benefits us….”The Peoples Bank”….for the people, by the people and all that stuff.

    HBOS Bank of Scotland are no better: http://www.effutio.com/chatter/bank-of-scotland-straightforward-overdraft-fees/

    We just have to show them they cant treat us like this and get away with it. I have just transfered everything over to Alliance and Leicester aka Santander who seem to be pretty good…and do you no what their business account is free all the time…no charges on every transaction like RBS and HBOS! Robbing Bastards.

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