On 29 September 2010, the OFT issued a Statement of Objections to RBS and Barclays following its investigations into the disclosure of confidential and commercially sensitive future pricing information in relation to professional loans. RBS has already paid a reduced £28.59 million fine after admitting breaches of competition law and agreeing to co-operate with the OFT. Barclays on the other hand, qualified for immunity under the OFT’s leniency policy so is immune from any penalty imposed in this case as long as it continues to cooperate with the OFT. Click here for more information.