Bank of the West’s push into the high-net-worth wealth management market appears to be paying off.

Since Private Client Services, the bank’s high-net-worth unit, launched in April 2011, business has grown at a robust pace with the number of clients doubling. “Today we’re doing as much in a month as we were doing in a quarter or six months two years ago,” John Bahnken, head of the Wealth Management Group, said of the unit’s client loan, deposit and investment balances.

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