RBS, or Royal Bank of Scotland, is a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group specialized in retail banking. The company is managed by the United Kingdom Government.
Currently, RBS has around 700 branches. With them, the bank offers its services around the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Royal Bank of Scotland was created in 1727. Its first governor was Archibald Campbell, better known as Lord Ilay. Its current Chief Executive Officer is Ross McEwan and the bank’s headquarter is located in Edinburgh, Scotland.