The head of Royal Bank of Scotland's investment banking division is expected to step down over the Libor rate-rigging scandal it has been reported.
John Hourican joined the RBS Group in 1997 and has headed its investment banking arm since October 2008.
The news comes ahead of an announcement of the fines over Libor which could be as much as £500m.
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.