Global investment banks are set to benefit from a more supportive operating environment in 2017 as US President Donald Trump and his European counterparts look to ease the tighter regulations slapped on the industry in the wake of the global financial crisis, according to a fresh market assessment.
In a recent analysis piece for its clients, S&P Global Ratings noted that 10 years after the onset of the financial crisis, the investment banking industry has transformed into a “smaller business line” with more appropriate capital and liquidity resources for the risks it runs.
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