In a survey of the websites of financial services firms—fund companies not among them—public relations firm Weber Shandwick found that two-thirds, 66%, were not addressing the financial crisis. Only 15% actively sought to alleviate customers’ fears.

The review, conducted between October and February, was of 55 financial institutions that included: securities firms, commercial banks, financial data service firms, diversified financials, private equity and investment firms, and sovereign wealth funds.

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