From Chris Skinner's blog:
I recently hosted a meeting of financial market players to talk about how to rebuild trust in banking.
It was an interesting evening, with most of the attendees accepting that trust in banks was at an al-time low.
But how low is an all-time low?
Well, it’s pretty low according to Edelman.
Edelman are the global press relations company who publish an annual trust index. The index measures the general trust in government, media and business across 26 countries through interviews with over 31,000 people.
It’s pretty comprehensive.
And yes, according to the survey, trust in banking is at an all-time low.
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