Citizens Posts 4Q Profit, Parent Doesn't

Kline, Alan
February 2012
American Banker;2/27/2012, Vol. 177 Issue 30, p12
Trade Publication
Brief information is given about Citizens Financial Group Inc. which posted a fourth-quarter 2011 operating profit of $249 million while its parent company, Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, reported a loss of $2.9 billion.


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