For all the worry and anger over the Labor Department's new fiduciary rule, the nation's largest banks appear to be uncommonly relaxed.

Senior executives of J.P. Morgan Chase, Regions and SunTrust expressed confidence in their ability to weather the impact of the rule on their wealth businesses during recent earnings calls with analysts.

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