Big banks have been consolidating their hold on the U.S. personal-trust business for years, but they have left smaller banks an opening — albeit a hard one to exploit.

The business of managing trust assets and providing fiduciary services for wealthy clients ought to be one at which community banks, with their emphasis on personal relationships and customer service, should excel.

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