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Newsweek Names Dukas Linden One of America’s Best Public Relations Agencies

May 22, 2024

Results Based on Survey of Communications Professionals Across Multiple Industries

New York, May 22, 2024 – Dukas Linden Public Relations (DLPR) has been awarded a four-star rating in Newsweek’s inaugural list of “America’s Best Public Relations Agencies.” The firm was recognized as one of the top agencies in the finance and insurance sector.

Newsweek, the well-known global digital news organization reaching 100 million people each month, partnered with data intelligence platform Statista to create its list of 150 public relations agencies. The results are based on a survey of PR agency employees, owners, and individuals who work in leading U.S. companies’ public relations, communications or marketing departments. 

“We are grateful to be recognized by distinguished industry practitioners and peers in this prestigious ranking,” said Richard Dukas, CEO of DLPR. “This honor is a testament to our reputation among clients and our longstanding presence and expertise in financial communications.”

DLPR proudly represents a diverse portfolio of financial services firms, including asset and wealth managers, investment and commercial banks, fintechs, and top-tier blockchain and digital asset managers. Representative clients include Neuberger Berman, Evercore, Raymond James, Robeco, ARK-Invest, Harrison Street, Citizens Bank, Bitwise Investments and London Business School.

About Dukas Linden Public Relations

Dukas Linden Public Relations (DLPR) is a full-service financial PR firm specializing in asset and wealth management, capital markets and professional services. O’Dwyer’s consistently ranks DLPR among the top 10 independent financial PR firms based on net fees. The Observer recently named DLPR one of the financial industry’s best PR agencies, and Insider recognized the firm as a leading financial PR agency. DLPR’s deep bench of senior talent comprises executives with diverse backgrounds in communications, content strategy and development, financial journalism, broadcast, government, social media and crisis management. To learn more, please visit