15 DEC 2017 - Banks in the United States are well-positioned to benefit from corporate tax reform, says Goldman Sachs Research’s Richard Ramsden. What’s less clear is how they’ll continue to fend off challenges from technology companies, which have already made inroads in certain businesses, like payments. Richard shares his outlook for the sector heading into 2018, talking through the regulatory and technological changes that are on everyone’s minds – including what bitcoin means for banks.
This podcast was recorded on December 11, 2017.
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