A city banker has revealed that in the middle of a public backlash against the banks "it is not much fun" working at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).In an interview with the Daily Mail, the unnamed senior RBS banker revealed that negative publicity of the 84 per cent taxpayer owned bank was making for a depressing time.The RBS employee's comments come after two of the organisation's most senior investment bankers resigned from their posts on Friday.Steve Ashley, head of RBS trading division, and senior salesman Chris Fleming stepped down from their positions, allegedly frustrated with the regulations imposed on the bankers' pay packages.The source told the news provider: "We can't pay people as much as some of the other banks. And the fact that the bank is being constantly lambasted in the press doesn't help morale either."However, despite the frustrations of bankers there is still mounting public anger surrounding the binge bonus culture, which still takes presence in the bailout bank.On Monday it emerged that RBS was allegedly planning to administer over £1.3 billion in bonus schemes for its top investment bankers.If you would like to make a credit card charges claim to get back all your late payment / over limit fees in the last 6 years from RBS then fill out the Quick Claim or call Belmont Thornton on 0845 526 0000.
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