The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) became a member of the Irish Stock Exchange and Primary Dealer in Ireland on 17 May 2005. Steve Ashley, Global Head of Rates Delta Trading at RBS Financial Markets, commented: “This is another important step in the development of the global fixed income business at RBS. We continue to strategically build our footprint globally and being a primary dealer in Ireland is consistent with this objective.”
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