U.S. Trust Corp. of New York has revamped its asset-management and private banking groups, in a move to capture more of the institutional and mutual fund management business.

The $3.6 billion-asset bank, which has traditionally served wealthy individuals and families, has created an institutional and mutual fund asset management division, putting an executive vice president, Paul K. Napoli, in charge of the unit.

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