Wealth management profits were up 15% year-over-year at Wells Fargo, even while client assets slipped 2%, the firm said.

The San Francisco-based bank reported $595 million in profits and $1.6 trillion in client assets for the fourth quarter. Managed account assets, meanwhile, dropped 1% to $420 billion.

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