Thomson Reuters has created the quarterly TRust Index, which tracks and measures trust in the global financial institutions still recovering from the financial crisis. The index relies on facts and accurate data collected from the top 50 global financial institutions. The first report revealed that market sentiment is finally starting to recover in 2013, confidence in the market has investors and analysts surprisingly split, and that there has been a major increase in the adoption of policies as institutions try to avoid controversy.

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