Key findings from consumers on the state of the banking industry and financial regulation
Eight years after the global financial crisis triggered a slate of new rules and regulations, a Brunswick Group survey of 2,039 respondents from four countries finds continuing deep skepticism across the globe about the benefits of big banks and the effectiveness of financial regulation.
Eight years post-crisis, anxiety persists
Regulation attractive but not impactful
Desire for smaller, local banks but also multiple services
Uncertain implications of Brexit