Though community banks have traditionally benefited from working a niche in trust administration shunned by superregional banks-accounts less than $1 million-they too are getting finicky.

The touchstone of profitability in the trust business for community banks is to have at least $70 million of discretionary assets under management, said Mark Stenson, president of Stenson Management Consulting Inc., Marshall, Minn.

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