About 420 days ago, the mutual fund scandal burst into the business sections of newspapers across the country and through the offices of fund firms themselves, taking with it, among others, investors’ confidence, executives’ jobs, and the industry’s formerly clean image.

But now, the chairman and chief executive officer of The National Association of Securites Dealers told a forum coordinated by his organization that things are starting to look better.

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