Wall Street firms are increasingly looking to market separately managed account to small institutions, such as local churches, schools and not-for-profits, Dow Jones reports.

"Many things that were once available to plans with $100 million or greater are now accessible to clients with $1 million in assets," said Brian O'Donnell, director of Morgan Stanley's institutional consulting group.

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