Reinventing the Business

Mellon-Dreyfus Rides a Wave

Stephen Canter, kayaker and investment director, is leading an ambitious move into equities for the previously bond-oriented unit. Page 4A

NBD Funds Invigorate First Chicago

Marco Hanig, managing director, has spliced two quiet fund groups into the zealously marketed $14.5 billion Pegasus Funds. Page 6A

Union Planters Takes On Investing Partner

John D. Temple, manager of the trust and investment division, says alliance with Federated has helped it jump to the next level. Page 8A

Growing Through Acquisitions

Fleet Makes Big Buys to Become Major Force

Robert L. Ash, managing director, sees an opportunity to market effectively throughout its market area, not just to present bank customers. Page 10A

Morgan Now Targeting the Merely Affluent

George Gatch, who heads U.S. mutual fund marketing, says his company needs to reach beyond its traditional high-end clientele. Page 12A

Keystone Sanguine About Leap Into Benefits

Robert Leech, head of asset management, has been burning rubber in quest of more acquisitions near his home turf in Harrisburg, Pa. Page 13A

Positioning for the Future

First Union Taking Bows for Growth of Evergreen

Bill Ennis, managing director, and Donald McMullen, First Union Capital Management's executive v.p., have steered the unit's 50% surge. Page 14A

NationsBank Insists Fund Unit Is Convenience Store

Mark A. Williamson, consumer investing executive, says Fund Solutions isn't looking to go head-to-head with the top supermarkets. Page 16A

KeyCorp Sees Schwab Deal as Gateway to Growth

Jack Kopnisky, president and CEO of Key Investments, believes alliance with discount broker will help it capture customer relationships. Page 17A

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