The 36.4% growth rate in bank-managed funds for the 12 months through June 30 was based on year-earlier assets of $553.1 billion. This figure from Lipper Analytical Services was reported in the Aug. 13, 1997, American Banker.

The charts accompanying this article show a higher total for June 30, 1997-$572.2 billion. This reflects nonbank acquisitions that the banking companies completed after that date.

For instance, U.S. Bancorp's totals for all periods covered in the charts now include figures for Piper Jaffray, the Minneapolis brokerage firm it bought in May. The Piper Jaffray funds previously were not part of Lipper's bank mutual fund data base.

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