The Royal Bank of Scotland boss has said that the depth of problems at the bank was still coming as a "shock".
Speaking to Radio 4's Today programme chief executive Ross McEwan said: "I think that people, including executives at the bank, did not realise how big a change process we had to go through to get this bank back into shape."It has been a real shock how much time it is taking to turn it round."
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