Banks are heaving their in-house broker-dealer operations. During the past year, four banks phased out their units and outsourced the business to third-party broker-dealers, according to management consulting firm Kehrer Saltzman & Associates.

That leaves only 40 banks that have their own brokerage units, a mere 2% of the 1,809 banks that offer investment services.

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