Bankers hardly the life of the party


"If you go to a party these days, you're asked what you do and you say you're a banker, people go all quiet. We're still the subject of anger," according to Anshu Jain, co-CEO of Deutsche Bank.  It really depends what kind of company you are in, but it's perhaps a good sign that the industry is aware that it still need to mend fences with the public at large. Bloomberg notes that an Ernst & Young study of more than 28,500 retail bank customers in 35 countries that found 40 percent of those questioned had lost trust in banks over the past year while 22 percent had more trust. Article