• About Sustainability at RBS

    About Sustainability at RBS Rebuilding trust in our organisation will depend on us becoming a more responsible and sustainable bank.
  • Serving customers

    Serving customers RBS serves over 24 million customers, and they are at the heart of everything we do. Our core purpose is to serve them well.
  • Serving society

    Serving society To meet our wider societal obligations we must continue to manage our operational impacts, and contribute towards more sustainable growth.
  • Working at RBS

    Working at RBS Building an engaged, healthy and inclusive workforce is crucial to our company’s recovery.
  • Supporting communities

    Supporting communities We aim to make a positive social impact, through partnerships, initiatives and supporting the charitable efforts of our people.
  • Reporting performance

    Reporting performance We aim to be open, transparent and accountable in our sustainability reporting.

Latest news

  • RBS investing in Scotland’s enterprise ‘eco-system’

    • Supporting small businesses
    The 2014 Scottish EDGE fund finalists celebrate their success. Today the Royal Bank of Scotland has announced a £2.5m investment in a new fund aimed at supporting Scotland’s entrepreneurs.
  • East Midlands is fastest growing in 2014: RBS Regional Growth Tracker

    • Press release
    • Regulation
    • Creating jobs
    • Manufacturing
    • Services sector
    • Economics weekly
    • Coutts
    • Economic outlook
    • Charity
    The second RBS Regional Growth Tracker shows that the East Midlands is the fastest growing English region in 2014 and four regions: the East Midlands, London, the South East and the South West have now grown bigger than their pre 2008 peak
  • RBS meets FCA requirement on arranged payments

    • RBS news
    • Regulation
    • Serving customers
    • Supporting individuals
    Today the Payments Council, working alongside the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced an expansion of the “retry system” introduced for Direct Debit and Standing Orders but RBS is already ahead of the curve.