On October 2, the Central Bank of Nigeria removed three bank chiefs and appointed new management to run the banks after it completed an audit of the records of 14 banks.
What does RTB stand for?
RTB stands for Run the Bank
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We have 82 other meanings of RTB in our Acronym Attic
- Ring the Bell
- Rio Tinto Borax (mining; California)
- Rip the Bring (RC groups forums and fliers)
- Roatan, Honduras - Roatan (Airport Code)
- Rock-a-Thigh Baby (socks)
- Rockie The Bastard
- Roll the Bones (Rush album)
- Rouge the Bat
- Row the Boat
- Rufty Tufty Biker
- Run the Beach (event)
- Run the Business
- Rural Telephone Bank
- Rate to Be Arranged
- Réseaux Très Basse Altitude (French: Very Low Altitude Networks; military training)
- Residential Tenancies Bond Authority (Consumer Affairs Victoria; Australia)
- Room to Be Announced (various schools)
- Refuse to Be A Victim (National Rifle Association)
- Racing Team des Bons Copains (French automobile racing club)
- Ready to Be Committed
Samples in periodicals archive:
The deposit guarantee agency, which agreed to inject "temporary funds" into the bank to boost its equity capital to loans ratio, will run the bank until it finds a buyer.
Krawcheck, 43, earned $11m (£6m) at Citigroup last year, and had once been considered a potential candidate to run the bank.
Last week, the Central Bank of Nigeria removed the three bank chiefs and appointed new management to run the banks after it completed an audit of the records of 14 banks.
It is a mantra that had long been repeated by the Edinburgh-based bank, known for its management's decision to run the bank on one of the thinnest capital cushions in Europe.
It also made it clear that the new management team, led by executive chairman Ron Sandler, would be expected to run the bank with "commercial autonomy" and "at arm's length from the government".
He said he would run the bank "along commercial lines" and seek deposits and mortgages from customers.
The leading external candidates to run the bank include Larry Fink, head of the $1.