With $551 million in assets, Sturdy Savings Bank ranks squarely among the nation’s community institutions. It’s definitely smaller than most banks that offer financial advisory services, but that hasn’t stopped it from diving head first into the advisory business and building a program from scratch.

Since it launched its program in January 2007, the Cape May, N.J.-based bank has accumulated $96 million in assets under management, an increase of 35% from a year ago. And it’s on track to hit $100 million in the next couple of months, says David Repici, the manager of program and the business development officer for the bank.

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