Pretax profits for Raymond James' Private Client Group plunged 65% year-over-year, suffering under the fallout of a previously announced $150 million legal settlement, the firm said.

It was otherwise a strong quarter for the firm, which reported rising adviser headcount, record quarterly net revenue and assets under administration for the wealth management unit.

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