Illustrious Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) would move its fundamental office from Scotland if the country were to part from the UK after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, albeit moving residence would not mean real occupation misfortunes, the head of RBS has said.
"The Royal Bank of Scotland would simply be too enormous for the economy (…) however that is around the plaque and not about where our kin (are) on account of we have a major business up here in Scotland," Chief Executive Ross McEwen told the BBC in a meeting.
"We will have the general population in the correct spot, moving the plaque won't have any effect to that."
The leader of Scotland's regressed government, Nicola Sturgeon, has pledged to discover approaches to respect Scotland's vote to stay in the European Union, which was inconsistent with the general vote in Britain to leave the coalition. As a feature of that she said is not discounting holding a second autonomy choice.
Under two years back Scots voted to stay in the UK by 55 to 45 percent.
Regal Bank of Scotland has been situated in Scotland since 1727 and utilizes 11,000 staff. In the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU, there has been open deliberation about the effect of Brexit on money related administrations segment, which is key for Scottish employments.
Asked what his recommendation to Sturgeon would be, McEwen said: "Assess vulnerability, that is what you're seeing after Brexit. It's instability that backs markets off, ensure the long amusement is justified, despite all the trouble, however that will be up to the general population of Scotland."