Profits for Wells Fargo's wealth management unit rose 10% year-over-year even as total client assets fell, the firm reported.

The San Francisco-based bank said that profits for its Wealth and Investment Management unit, which includes the firm's independent and employee advisors, rose to $606 million for the third quarter from $550 million for the same period a year ago.

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