LONDON--Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS), which is 83% owned by the U.K. Government, said Friday it experienced problems Thursday after a hardware failure occurred at one of its technology centers just before 1400 GMT, of which the key issues were resolved by 1800 GMT.
-Problems, which weren't related to the issues experienced last month, affected a number of services including online banking, debit cards as well as some other payment processing.
-All systems are now working as normal.
-RBS continues to monitor the situation closely and will ensure no customer is left out of pocket as a result.
-Shares at 1235 GMT up 4 pence, or 1.97%, at 212 pence valuing the bank at 12.51 billion pounds.
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July 27, 2012 08:53 ET (12:53 GMT)
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