Sat 8 August 2009, Financial Times

Restoring the reputation of Scotland’s banks

By Brian Groom and Andrew Bolger
First they called themselves The Voodoo Club, a group of 20 disgruntled members of Scotland’s financial community who held a wake last January in The Voodoo Rooms, a fashionable bar/restaurant in Edinburgh. It was for their nation’s two largest banks, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Bank of Scotland, which had collapsed into the arms of the government as a result of the credit crisis.

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