Bank of America’s wealth management unit reported a modest increase in profits and a surge in advisor productivity, but the bank suffered a net loss for the quarter as litigation expenses related to the financial crisis rose to $6 billion.
Wealth Management Up, But BofA Posts Net Loss on $6B in Legal Fees
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