WASHINGTON—Charles Schwab knew when it came out with its mutual fund wrap program in July that it would have to do more than simply launch the product if it was to pull in assets, since many competitors had been offering such products for years, according to MME sister publication, American Banker.

“We wanted to find a novel approach,” said Gregory B. Maged, vice president of advised solutions for Schwab Investor Services.

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