Public perceptions of bank brands remain a long way from rosy, but they are becoming more nuanced.

The 30 banks included in American Banker's second annual survey of bank reputation, conducted by the Reputation Institute, scored higher with consumers on average, and with a much wider distribution, than last year. The results suggest that reputation, in recent years an albatross for the financial sector as a whole, is starting to look more like a point of differentiation, with several large institutions able to break away from the pack more convincingly as they moved to the top of the ranking.

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