Why are JPM/GS considered the best in private banking?

Compared to Citi or Bofa for example, what makes those two stand out as better? Is it the services they provide, customer experience, accessibility, number of connections they have, comp or competence of each banker? And I read although WM doesn't typically do good in b school placement, JPM PB actually is seen as a good experience and places well. Just wondering why and how they differ as better 

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monkeyjojo, what's your opinion? Comment below:

These banks are first and foremost Investment Banks. UBS in the other hand is a Wealth Management bulge bracket firm that also does Investment Banking. The others, are the other way around.

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