As the Royal Bank of Scotland releases its annual figures this morning, experts predict increased bottom-line losses.
It is thought that staff bonuses will be high on the agenda of today's announcement, as the bank is set to confirm the size of the pool to be shared among staff.
According to banking analyst Ian Gordon, there could be compensations for mis-selling, which could see RBS fall deeper into the red.
The Royal Bank of Scotland will report its annual figures this morning, amid amounting pressure for recovery plans, following a year of scandal.
The bank is expected to unveil plans to float its US retail bank Citizens in a deal that could raise more than £8 billion for the lender.
RBS has already announced that around £300 million will be taken from its staff bonus pot and taken from previous awards to help pay for its £391 million Libor fines.
The remaining bonus is likely to be much less than the £785 million paid out in 2011.