2011 Q2 Interim Results


2011 Q2 Interim Results

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01 August 2011

Key highlights

  • The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (RBS) reports first half operating profit of £1,871 million vs £1,132 million in H1 2010
  • Core operating profit in Q2 2011 of £1,676 million, compared with £2,093 million in Q1 2011 and £1,574 million in Q2 2010
  • Q2 attributable loss of £897 million includes previously announced £850 million charge for Payment Protection Insurance claims and £733 million provision related to Greek government bonds
  • Core Tier 1 ratio 11.1%, H1 Core return on equity 13%, Group loan:deposit ratio 114%
  • Company announcement (PDF 2MB)
  • Analyst presentation slides (PDF 410KB)

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