As wealth management firms try to outdo one another in the battle to offer ever-more comprehensive financial planning, they're discovering a new problem: They're starting to look identical in the eyes of clients.

"It is increasingly more difficult [for clients] to differentiate between a trust, a bank and a brokerage firm," says Bruce Holley, a senior partner at Boston Consulting Group.

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