For the last six months, Mazars has taken part to a global conversation led by The Economist Group which brought together experts to ask the critical question: “What does it take to be a Good Bank?”
The Good Bank report, published by The Economist Intelligence Unit and Mazars brings together the result of a live webcast debate, online discussion and research featuring the contributions of senior banking executives and financial services experts.
The discussions revolved around what are seen to be the pillars of a Good Bank:
Trustworthiness: how can banks regain the trust of a still skeptical public?
Innovation: a majority (52%) of those polled during the live, webcast debate believes that the most valuable innovations in banking are coming from outside the banks themselves.
Effectiveness: can banks provide the credit that economies require to grow and satisfy the needs of shareholders, regulators, depositors and the wider public interest?