For all their hopes of succeeding in the money management business, banks have had some high-profile problems assimilating the firms they have bought. Investment banker Mary Pat Thornton says she thinks she knows why.

Several leading banks, she says, have tried to impose their own investment strategies and compensation systems on newly acquired money management units.

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