Ahead of the announcement of fines to be paid by the Royal Bank of Scotland over the Libor scandal, its chief executive Stephen Hester sent a message to staff saying it was "the biggest disappointment of our legacy".
According to the Daily Telegraph, it said:
We will update you as soon as we can on our progress in resolving investigations into the setting of Libor at RBS. However, inevitably, as and when we do reach resolution, this will be accompanied by further intense media and political interest and criticism.
In many ways, the Group's involvement in this issue has been the biggest disappointment of our legacy and clean up job to date.
What I can promise is that along with our Chairman, Philip Hampton, I will not be ducking the difficult questions that come our way. Philip and I will explain what went wrong and what we have done to fix it. We will also ensure that wrongdoers have been punished.
14 of those staff have already left following the Libor rate rigging scandal.
A look at some facts about Libor and the rate-rigging banking scandal.
If all goes according to plan, tomorrow lunchtime we will finally know the size of the fine being slapped on the bank we own, RBS.