There is a decrease in trust across institutions, marking an era of skepticism, creating a challenging environment for the financial services industry.
According to the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer, only 54 percent of respondents trust business within the financial services industry to do what is right.
A Daniel J. Edelman Global Fellow discusses his year long experience living in London away from his home in Jakarta.
Innovations and technology are frequently slow to catch on in the financial world because it takes so long to build the necessary reservoir of trust, but the recent popularity of Bitcoin shows that we might be at a tipping point for crypto-currency.
Edelman’s brandshare findings cast favorable light on the financial services industry that is reinventing itself after an unprecedented crisis that rocked world markets.
By listening to social media, financial institutions have the opportunity to understand the rationale behind investments and where audiences get information.
This deliberate and focused collaboration is being driven by companies, boards and regulators who understand that the cyber threat is not an “if,” but a “when.”
It has been said that all we really need to know can be learned in kindergarten. For financial services companies hoping to deepen engagement with consumers, “it is important to share.”
I'm in the midst of a trip around Asia and the Middle East. I've met with clients, politicians and most important, our people. Here are a few observations.
As business performance improves and markets respond optimistically, the desire for accurate economic forecasts has never been greater.