It is quite remarkable that two of the big stories affecting the UK banking sector this year regard fundraisings in 2008. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has spent close to £1bn to settle with shareholders regarding its rights issue of that year - those investors who bought in were then all but wiped out by a state bailout, with all the opprobrium that came with it for RBS and Lloyds (LLOY).
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