Currently wirehouse market share is at 56% of total fee-based managed account assets, but Cerulli Associates predicts that managed account market share for wirehouses will tumble to 50% by 2014.

It’s not that wirehouses won’t continue to capture assets and grow, said Patrick Newcomb, an analyst at Cerulli Associates, in a phone interview. But regional firms, such as Edward Jones, and banks, such as Chase Bank, are starting to gobble up market share as they build out their fee-based platforms. For example, Edward Jones launched a mutual fund advisory program in 2008 that had already built assets of $44 billion as of the third quarter of 2010.

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