Investigation Spurs $75 Million Recovery from Execs

April 10, 2017 Rachel Williams

On the backs of an independent investigation of its sales practices, Wells Fargo has reclaimed a total of $180 million from its former CEO and Head of Community Banking. The organization has also changed bylaws, appointed new board members, and replaced other various executives. The investigation was conducted after a lawsuit alleged the bank had opened accounts in its customers’ names without their consent.

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