Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is an international banking and financial services institution providing various products and services like:

  • Banking and finance
  • Risk management
  • Offshore banking and international private banking
  • Cash and liquidity management
  • Commercial card products and services
  • Trade finance
  • Debt and equity financing
  • Investment services
  • Insurance products

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Royal Bank of Scotland employs over 12,000 people and serves over 3.3 million customers from commercial, large corporate, personal, and institutional backgrounds. The bank’s operations are driven through its two primary subsidiaries: National Westminster Bank Plc and The Royal Bank of Scotland. Additionally, the bank has over 20 mobile branches that serve approximately 650 communities in Scotland.

RBS Bank Statement Template

You can download a copy of your statement from the bank’s website. Alternatively, you can download the mobile app to access your statement or use the digital banking platform. If you are not familiar with using any of the platforms, join RBS Digital Lesson to learn how to make payments, check balances, manage Direct Debits, and a lot more. The app is available to all customers aged above 11 years and who have an account with the bank.

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The template of the RBS bank statement comprises a letterhead with the bank’s logo at the top. Below the logo to the left are the words “ACCOUNT STATEMENT”, followed by the statement period, account number, and account holder’s name. To the right is a summary of the details. Under these two subsections is a subheader marked “CONFIDENTIAL”.  It is followed by the details of the transactions carried out within the statement period, presented in a tabular form. The columns show date, details of the transactions, value date, withdrawals made, and deposits. There is a final column for the balance after each transaction. Finally, at the bottom is a footer with some information from the bank.

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