10 years on from the financial crisis, Banks are back with a bang. With a global share price rally of just under 20% in 2017 according to MSCI, global banks have come a long way from the dark days of 2008.
Following tales of brash bankers’ bonuses, and never being far from a new scandal, a lot has been done to turn around their reputations in the post-crisis world.
But will 2018 finally see their shackles cast off by the Trump administration, while central bankers reign in their purse strings after years of generous spending?
This report explores ongoing themes that will move the UK banking sector, and also looks into what we can expect from each of the big four banks in 2018.