Some regional banks are finding that in the asset-management business, the middle is a tough place to be.

Banks' big post-crisis push into the asset-management business has so far yielded mixed results. It's provided fee income at a crucial time, but massive competition — for customers as well as advisers — has tightened margins even for banks that have seen robust revenue growth.

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