Tim Sloan

'Wells Fargo should change today': Shareholders disrupt bank's annual meeting

04/23/19

Nearly a dozen shareholders disrupted opening remarks at Wells Fargo’s annual meeting in Dallas on Tuesday, pressing executives to answer for a series of scandals that have rocked the bank.

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Wells Fargo needs a retail banker at the helm

04/23/19

As the bank's board conducts its search for a new CEO, it should exclude Wall Street titans from any shortlist.

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OCC should speak up on Wells Fargo's exec changes: Warren

04/17/19

The Massachusetts Democrat said the agency could have used existing statutory authority to object to the bank’s appointment of now-departed CEO Tim Sloan.

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Wells Fargo profit surprise offers respite to 2019's tough start

04/12/19

Wells Fargo & Co. investors who stuck with the bank through a bumpy few months are being rewarded with the best first quarter in five years.

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Wells Fargo, CIT Group and Marcus: Bankers on the Move

04/09/19

The resignation of Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan represented more troubles for an already scandal-ridden financial institution.

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Time to rebrand Wells Fargo

04/09/19

PR campaigns won’t be enough to salvage the bank’s reputation after a series of scandals. Instead, it should look into adopting a new name, among other crucial steps.

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Is Wells Fargo stuck in the denial stage of recovery?

04/07/19

Since Wells Fargo’s phony-accounts scandal broke in 2016, the bank has appeared contrite in public. In private, it’s a different story.

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‘Straight out of the Reign of Terror’: Comments of the week

04/05/19

Readers react to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's "too big to jail" bill, respond to legislation prohibiting banks from denying service to gun dealers, consider the impact of housing finance reform on small lenders and more.

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Warren doubles down on ending ‘too big to jail’

04/03/19

The Massachusetts senator introduced legislation Wednesday that would require executives of large corporations to serve jail time when their companies commit crimes, including for violations of civil law.

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With lawyer as interim CEO, Wells Fargo looks to mend fences with regulators

03/29/19

The bank's decision to select its general counsel as successor to Tim Sloan, albeit on a temporary basis, focused attention on its frayed relationships with the Federal Reserve and the OCC.

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