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​What’s next for Wells Fargo? Bank, execs still in crosshairs

On Feb 25, 2020
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Wells Fargo will pay $3 billion to resolve civil and criminal penalties with the DOJ and SEC related to its long-running fake accounts scandal, but the embattled bank-and its former executives-are far from out of the woods.

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RT @KBrasseurCW: It won't be long until Wells Fargo is back in the spotlight, starting with three hearings before the House Financial Services Committee next month. https://t.co/d9g6pLSyNX
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​What’s next for Wells Fargo? Bank, execs still in crosshairs

Wells Fargo will pay $3 billion to resolve civil and criminal penalties with the DOJ and SEC related to its long-running fake accounts scandal, but the embattled bank-and its former ...

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