Losses in RBS’s investment banking division almost brought down the entire group. Many called for
it to be shut down. But John Hourican, the firm’s new head of global banking and markets, believes he is positioning a new-look business to thrive in post-credit crunch markets. Could the cause of RBS’s ills be the
hope for its recovery?
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