Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s profit fell 24% in the fourth quarter as the bank set aside more money toward an expected government settlement resolving its ties to a corrupt Malaysian investment fund.

Goldman reported $1.92 billion in profit, or $4.69 a share, even as revenue rose to $9.96 billion. The three-month results wrap a year in which Goldman’s profits fell sharply even as revenue held steady, reflecting self-inflicted legal wounds and the steep costs of the bank’s pivot under Chief Executive David Solomon.

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