Bank wealth management businesses are slowly crawling back to the revenue levels they enjoyed prior to the financial crisis.

So far this year, they have racked up $45.2 billion in revenue, just $1.7 billion shy of the $46.9 billion they generated in 2007, according to Wayne Cutler, managing director of Novantas, a management consulting firm.

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