Fidelity Investments is scaling back some services geared to high-net- worth customers.

The Boston-based mutual fund company has stopped accepting individual securities in its managed accounts and scrapped an account with a $500,000 minimum that was touted as a "tax-sensitive" asset management service. These moves could make Fidelity's portfolio advisory services less appealing to wealthy clients.

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