Annual Review and Summary Financial Statement 2010


Annual Review and Summary Financial Statement 2010

Copies of the Annual Review and Summary Financial Statement 2010, the Annual Report and Accounts 2010 and the Notice of 2011 Annual General Meeting and Form of Proxy for The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (the "Group") have been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will shortly be available for inspection at: www.Hemscott.com/nsm.do.

These documents are being mailed to shareholders and are available on the Group’s website at www.rbs.com/annualreport.

The Notice of 2011 Annual General Meeting includes a Resolution to amend the Articles of Association. A copy of the draft amendment has been forwarded to the Financial Services Authority in accordance with Disclosure and Transparency Rule 6.1.2 and is set out in full in the Notice of 2011 Annual General Meeting available on our website at www.rbs.com/annualreport.

The Group’s FSA Remuneration Disclosures as at 31 December 2010 (prepared in accordance with the FSA’s Handbook for banks, buildings societies and investment firms 11.5.18 (1) to (7)) are also available on the Group’s website at www.rbs.com/annualreport.

Questions and Answers arising from the Group’s recent Shareholder Consultation on its Remuneration Approach for 2011 are also available on the Group’s website at Corporate Governance.

For the purpose of compliance with the Disclosure and Transparency Rules, this announcement also contains risk factors and details of related party transactions extracted from the Annual Report and Accounts 2010 in full unedited text. Page references in the text refer to page numbers in the Annual Report and Accounts 2010.

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