Barclays boss admits it could take 10 years to rebuild public trust.

Guardian: “It could take a decade for Barclays to win back the public’s trust, the bank’s chief executive has admitted.” “Antony Jenkins said the series of scandals that have rocked the banking system, including the mis-selling of payment protection insurance and Libor fixing, had damaged the bank’s reputation over the long term.
“Trust is a very easy thing to lose, and a very hard thing to win back. In my view it will takes several years – probably five to 10 – to rebuild trust in Barclays,” he said.”