Most marketing executives at Wall Street firms believe that new regulations governing the financial services industry will go a long way toward helping banks, brokerage houses and investment banks improve their reputations.
According to a study released Monday, 96% of marketing and public relations officials at financial companies believe that their firms' reputations remain damaged by the financial crisis, and 57% gave the industry average, below average or failing grades in the area of public relations.
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