Bank of America reported Tuesday that its wealth management group had a decline in assets under management fees and brokerage fees in the third quarter as the unit’s revenue fell.

The global wealth and investment management group, which includes Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management, U.S. Trust and BofA’s retirement and philanthropic services unit, saw fees decline 6.4% to $4.07 billion from the previous quarter.

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