As part of EY’s commitment to building a better working world, we have developed the European Banking Barometer to provide our clients with insight into the macro-economic outlook and its impact on the European banking industry over the next six months.Now in its fourth edition, the latest bi-annual study consists of 184 interviews with senior bankers across 11 markets: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the Nordics, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. The fieldwork was conducted via an online questionnaire and telephone interviews between September and October . market. A range of bank types were interviewed in each market to ensure the study is a fair reflection of each country’s banking industry. Interviews were not conducted with subsidiaries of member/group banks. e resus n s repor are presene n an aggregae mare orma an sown n percenages. ease noe, some charts may not add up to 100% as percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. Where possible, we have compared and contrasted the data against the
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. We would like to thank all the research participants for their contribution to the study.If you would like to take part in our next European Banking Barometer study, please speak to your usual EY contact or refer to your local-country contact on page 50.
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