Unite union describes the cuts as "savage" and questions why government signed off the lender's closure plans.
Charges relate to RBS attempting to increase its profits by misrepresenting prices and commissions in trades of mortgage-backed securities.
Attributable profit came in at £392m for the third quarter, compared to a loss of £469m in the same period a year ago.
City regulator's review finds instances of inappropriate treatment on the part of RBS in 92% of the cases it examined.
The FCA's report on Royal Bank of Scotland's restructuring unit was leaked to the BBC last month.
FCA investigation into RBS' restructuring unit was leaked to the BBC in November last year.
Lord Darling says regulators must remain very vigilant about risks to the global economy.
Bailed-out lender posts first half profit for first time in three years and unveils plans to set up business in the Netherlands.
National Audit Office says sale was 'value for money' even though the loss exceeds the £1.1bn forecast
Troubled bank to shift 443 jobs dealing with business loans to Mumbai.
Weak pounds buoys the international firms in the footsie.
Banking sentiment lifts after the European Central Bank helps rescue Spain's Banco Popular.
Royal Bank of Scotland is 2% lower after settling a £200m claim with shareholders.
The move means disgraced bank boss Fred Goodwin will not give evidence in court on the lender's near collapse.
The FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250 both end the week setting mid-session records.
The High Court has adjourned the RBS case for a month to allow further talks between the bank and its shareholders.
Mr Justice Hildyard at London's High Court is told both sides are "hopeful" of a deal.
Disgraced former RBS boss Fred Goodwin looks like avoiding giving his account of the bank's near-collapse.
Government makes £900m from Lloyds rescue as the banking group passes back fully into private ownership.
Bank will create 88 new positions and outsource 38 to India, but Unite disputes the figures.
Banks have been rebuilding their balance sheets and returning to form – once again piquing equity investors' interest.
Former city trader and TipTV founder Nick Batsford discusses recent financials posted by major banks with market analyst Matt Brown.
Bumper results from Barclays and a turn for the better for RBS did not lift the FTSE 100 to positive territory.
Troubled lender posts profit of £259m for the first three months of 2017.
Standard Chartered almost doubled first-quarter pre-tax profit to $990m at the bank.
The FTSE 100 Premier Inn and Costa coffee chain group warns of 'tougher' trading this year.
Chancellor tells MPs 'we have to live in the real world' and make decisions in the best interest of taxpayers.
Traders lose faith US President Donald Trump will get his economic policies through Congress.
State-owned lender says the move will lead to a net job loss of approximately 360 roles.
Next tops the leaderboard despite delivering its first fall in sales in eight years.