Week in numbers

225% - The percentage of his £1.06m annual basic pay that Lloyds Banking Group chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio would have got as his 2011 bonus, had he not declined it last week.

3,500 – The number of jobs the Royal Bank of Scotland plans to cut as part of a shake-up of its investment banking division.

£2bn – The value of reported fraud in 2011, according to BDO’s latest FraudTrack report. This is the highest figure recorded by the annual survey.

193 – The number of mortgage possession claims issued in an average day in January.

10 – The number of people in Virgin Money’s executive team, announced last week. Roles include a customer and distribution director and a people director. Chief executive officer Jayne-Anne Gadhia will head the company board.

20% – The proportion of disposable earnings used by the Scots to pay their mortgage in Q4 2011 – well below the average of 30% recorded over the past 27 years, according to Bank of Scotland figures.

1,779 – The number of consumer County Court Judgements that were issued in Q3 2011, according to figures from charity Credit Action.