Mutual fund companies are working to develop more personalized Internet relationships with advisers by targeting relevant information, reducing clutter and personalizing, a new survey shows.

Sixteen of 22 fund firms surveyed by New York City-based research and consulting firm Pyramid reported that they offer some form of personalization on their adviser Web sites or are planning to in the next six months.

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