Pretax profits for Raymond James' Private Client Group rose 10% year-over-year, boosted in part by cost controls, the firm said.

That discipline on expenses proved necessary during a quarter in which revenue grew a mere 1% year-over-year for the wealth management unit, according to the firm, which reported quarterly earnings on Wednesday.

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