In a bid to attract more mass-affluent clients, U.S. Bank is calling on bankers and advisors to work in teams.

The bank's Private Client Group, which provides retail banking services to clients with more than $100,000 in assets, is rolling out a strategy to pair its private bankers with financial advisors in U.S. Bancorp Investments, the bank's brokerage arm. So far, the bank has established 14 teams—each consisting of a private banker, an investment relationship manager, and a private client associate—in Milwaukee, Denver and Seattle.

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