Over the next decade, securities firms will prosper, reports Bloomberg.

The outlet spoke with ex-Barclays executive Hans-Joerg Rudloff, who predicts that once firms adapt to stricter banking rules—which have been designed to prevent another recession—they’ll benefit from people’s need for capital.

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