Bank-managed mutual funds are becoming more likely to use break-point discounts on management fees rather than flat fees for investors in funds larger than $1 billion whose assets in the fund have grown to sufficient size.

In doing so, the managers of these funds are following the rest of the mutual fund industry, which has increasingly turned to break-point fee structures for funds that are large enough and in which customers have sizable investments.

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