The effects of consolidation have taken hold in the cash management business, with the 20 largest U.S. banks commanding two-thirds of the revenue, an Ernst & Young study said.

The accounting and consulting firm's 13th annual cash management survey showed that wholesale bankers expect $7.75 billion of noncredit revenues this year. Nearly $5.2 billion would go to the top 20 banks.

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