Broker-dealer Ameriprise Financial Inc. posted higher profits for the second quarter on Wednesday and said the planned sale of its Securities America unit is “progressing as anticipated.”

Ameriprise said in April that it planned to sell Securities America after fraudulent private placements sold by its independent broker-dealer subsidiary resulted in costly settlements with investors and a $77 million after-tax charge for legal expenses in the first quarter.

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