Goodwin set for court

Goodwin set for court
Fred Goodwin, the former chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, is set to appear in court to give evidence about the bank’s collapse in 2008. At a legal hearing today a judge will rule whether three lawsuits which claim that shareholders were misled during the bank’s £12bn capital-raising in 2008 will be heard together in a single case. A source close to the legal action said: “It is absolutely certain that Mr Goodwin will have to give evidence. He’s a critical witness and RBS cannot defend this action without him appearing and giving evidence.” The Times remarks that if Mr Goodwin does appear in court then RBS will honour any legal fees incurred by its former directors.
The Times, Page: 33


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