For the first time in at least nine years, banks have fallen behind the pack in mutual fund asset growth, according to data prepared for American Banker by Lipper Analytical Services, Summit, N.J.

Roaring markets propelled bank-managed mutual fund assets to $391 billion, a 27% gain. But banks lagged the broader industry, which closed the year with $2.82 trillion of assets, up 31%.

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