Bank and thrift holding companies generated record revenue from their wealth management businesses in the first half of 2014, hauling in $71.2 billion, up 6.2% year-over-year, according to the latest Sorrento Pacific – Michael White Bank Wealth Management Report. Here are the top 10 banks whose wealth management programs grew the fastest during this period year-over-year.

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Community First Bancshares, Inc. (Tenn.)

Rank: 10

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $147,000

Year-Over-Year Increase: 99%

Bank Assets: $1.9 billion

 

Cadence Bancorp. (Texas)

Rank: 9

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $15.6 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 104%

Bank Assets: $7 billion

 

1854 Bancorp (Mass.)

Rank: 8

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $178,000

Year-Over-Year Increase: 105%

Bank Assets: $883 million

 

United Community Bancorp. (Ill.)

Rank: 7

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $1.4 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 110%

Bank Assets: $1.7 billion

 

Access National Corp. (Va.)

Rank: 6

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $906,000

Year-Over-Year Increase: 113%

Bank Assets: $999 million

 

Union Bancshares Corp. (Va.)

Rank: 5

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $5.5 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 113%

Bank Assets: $7.3 billion

 

Forcht Bancorp (Ky)

Rank: 4

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $136,000

Year-Over-Year Increase: 119%

Bank Assets: $922 million

 

United Financial Bancorp (Conn.)

Rank: 3

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $1.0 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 135%

Bank Assets: $5.2 billion

 

Prosperity Bancshares (Texas)

Rank: 2

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $6.5 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 140%

Bank Assets: $21.2 billion

 

Capital Bank Financial Corp. (Fla.)

Rank: 1

First-Half 2014 Wealth Management Fee Income: $2.2 million

Year-Over-Year Increase: 257%

Bank Assets:  $6.6 billion