Provident Bank's wealth management group is betting that wealthy people are fed up with being nickel-and-dimed by their banks.

Provident, a Jersey City institution, is counting on a new grouping of products and services — one without surprise fees — to help expand its assets under management from $300 million, to $1 billion within four years, according to James Nesci, a senior vice president and the chief wealth management officer.

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