Last December, we polled 2,000 American consumers to see what they felt about banks, and their ability to prevent another scandal like LIBOR.
We found then that only 13% felt that the banks had systems in place to be able to do this.
In the wake of the post-FX fixing fines, we thought it would be interesting to see if, perhaps, consumer opinion had shifted at all: it is after all 6 years since Lehmans went down.
Well, the results are almost identical:Take a look at the full survey results here.
See last year’s details here