AFME published a new study, Impact of Regulation on Banks’ Capital Markets Activities: An ex-post assessment, which was produced in collaboration with PwC.
While there have been many forward-looking studies examining how banks may respond to regulatory reforms, this study is the first that examines how banks have actually responded to regulations 10 years on from the global financial crisis.
The study draws upon data across a selection of 13 global banks – which in aggregate represent 70% of global capital markets activities – covering three years of data: 2005, 2010 and 2016 as the latest full year of data available.
Key findings include:
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