WASHINGTON -- Putting the interests of investors first and fostering investor loyalty were two of primary topics at the Investment Company Institute's annual General Membership Meeting here.

While acknowledging the mutual fund scandal that has ensnared several fund companies since September and caused the ousting of top executives, Paul Haaga, chairman of the ICI and executive vice president of Capital Research and Management in Los Angeles, called for industry leaders to rededicate themselves to the industry's core values.

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