Wall Street Reputation: Financial Crisis Hurting Banks [INFOGRAPHIC]

Wall Street Reputation: Financial Crisis Hurting Banks [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 2014 Makovsky Wall Street Reputation Study released today revealed that financial services companies continue to struggle with reputational and customer services issues stemming from the financial crisis six years ago.  Eighty-one percent (81%) of communications, investor relations and marketing executives surveyed last month said the financial crisis continues to have a major effect on stakeholder perceptions of their companies.

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The 2014 Wall Street Reputation Study

Fund Manager Profile: Zhang Hui Of China’s Southern Asset Management

investHistorically, the Chinese market has been relatively isolated from international investors, but much is changing there now, making China virtually impossible for the diversified investor to ignore. Earlier this year, CNBC pointed to signs that Chinese regulators may start easing up on their scrutiny of companies after months of clamping down on tech firms. That Read More

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