Ross McEwan, CEO at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), is going to give part of his remunerations to charities for the third year in a row, Sky News reports.
The news comes as RBS is about to announce its results from 2015 on Friday. The bank is expected to report losses for the eighth consecutive year. 73% of RBS is owned by taxpayers.
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