Increased revenue from brokerage and trust fees and commissions helped drive BOK Financial Corp. to record profit in 2012, the Tulsa-based regional financial services company reported Wednesday.
In 2012, fees and commissions from trust services generated $80.1 million in revenue, up 9.2% from 2011. In the fourth quarter, they produced $22.0 million, a 23% increase from $17.9 million a year earlier and a 12% increase from the previous quarter.
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